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Thread: KNICKS 8-8. Felt-STAT leading. Azubuike & Curry Returning

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    As far as Curry, I'll believe when I see it when and if he plays, he's pretty much proven he's worthless. Even when he had that breakout season under Zeke, he still couldn't rebound to save his ass.

    D'Ants was more than likely going to bring back Az slowly even if the Knicks were losing, now that we're winning Az's comeback got a lot slower. Don't forget D'Ants likes tight rotations and you can't argue with him playing it like a hot hand.

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    I dont think I even wanna see Curry get any playing time...I wanna see him gone. Part of me wants to see him get his fat ass on the court and earn some of his money but theres nothing he can do to earn his money. And we have a winning record right now, i dont want him to **** that up. If we fall outta playoff contention and hes still on the team then I say play his fat ass 48 minutes and make him sweat some pounds off

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    Im hyped for the return of Azuibuke

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    When it comes to Eddy Curry Knick-Fans should know Isiah Thomas put Curry
    on the injured-list in the 2007-8 season jus to showcase Zach Randolph for
    40-mpg for the 2008 February trade deadline. The firing of Curry trainer coach
    Mark Aquire was not a bright move during the 2008 offseason.

    Would Curry have been injured the entire 2008-9 season if he was on
    another NBA team? I doubt it.
    Would Curry have gotten playingtime on the next NBA team in the
    2009-10 season and 2010-11 season? that's a question which could
    be best answered by Jordan Hill and Darko.

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    Originally Posted by Kiyaman
    When it comes to Eddy Curry Knick-Fans should know Isiah Thomas put Curry
    on the injured-list in the 2007-8 season jus to showcase Zach Randolph for
    40-mpg for the 2008 February trade deadline. The firing of Curry trainer coach
    Mark Aquire was not a bright move during the 2008 offseason.

    Would Curry have been injured the entire 2008-9 season if he was on
    another NBA team? I doubt it.
    Would Curry have gotten playingtime on the next NBA team in the
    2009-10 season and 2010-11 season? that's a question which could
    be best answered by Jordan Hill and Darko.
    Cmon, Kiya....

    Curry -- disgraceful, beached whale of an NBA player with a bad heart, a criminal rap of manrape, and aging

    Vs. a 2nd year, high energy lotto pick; and a 25yr old 7ft 2nd overall who a whack GM paid big money to so obviously he's playing....

    So Isiah just PUT Curry on the IR? Even if Isiah wanted to do that for the reasons you stated, I think Curry and the media would have something to say about it.

    He's a shameless, disgraceful, waste of fatness that we mortaged a Knick future too. Please. No more. Let's not do this joke any more favors in his Knick legacy.

    Possibly the worst, most poisonous NYK ever. Let's leave him be. In the past. Move forward.

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    my guess is theres going to be a trade coming up before or around the deadline. may not be a major melo type deal but a deal nonetheless maybe for dalembert?? but we have a lot of pieces and not enough minutes to play them, im expecting a trade. those know who are going to be kept ( Fields, Felton, Dougie, Turiaf, looking like Gallo as well ) everyone else may be traded.

    point is im excited right now just to be in this position but the way i see it dont trade for the hell of it, only if the right deal approaches

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