Yes, give the guy a break.
Knicks probably asked him to run, maybe even jump. That's too much.
And in today's economy, just you try to get by on $211,000 per week. It ain't easy these days.
So, give the poor guy some slack.
I feel bad that I would be set for life with one year of his salary, and not have to work a day to obtain it.
The thing I love the most about our team, is we don't ever seem afraid
Well, he is practicing for his new assignment I hear;
"Welcome to McDonalds, how may I help you".
u know what the really sad part is..... in less than 5 years this guy will be pennyless, homeless living in his car
desde la cuna del chango
The dude is a disappointment. I like the guys low post game but he is a lazy ass. Plus I think his lack of motivation comes from coach and off the court issues. He haves some untapped potential but i say bag him and chuck his fat ass out the back door with the rest of the trash.
Curry will probally be done with the NBA after his contract ends at the end of the season.
I might have said this before but Eddy Curry doesn't really have to worry about being broke for the rest of his life because there is a good possibility that Isiah Thomas will be back running the Knicks.All Curry has to do is finish the regular season strong or pad his stats in the playoffs.And by the end of the season Isiah Thomas will probably be named Donnie Walsh's successor and give Curry a new contract for setting a personal milestone.
Last edited by knicksin60; Sep 29, 2010 at 17:00.
here's Eddy's Break!
"I'd Rather Melo shoot with 3 men on him than Jefferies shotting wide open"
-Jeff Van Gundy