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    Default Knicks Report Card and Some Needed Perspective

    I am happy to see the Knicks finally playing well on both ends of the court, firmly entrenched in the playoff race. Us Knick fans have had to put up with too many disappointing and losing seasons so this turn around is more than welcome. What's exciting is that we have been playing extremely well with our best defender, Turiaf injured. Further we have a potential all-star wing and defensive stopper in Azubuike on the verge of coming back. If he can play close to how he was playing prior to his injury we will solidify ourselves as one of the elite teams in the NBA with massive cap room coming next year! I want to thank Donnie Walsh for having the foresight and patience to put together a long term plan and purge our team of overpaid cancers. He was able to secure a superstar in Amare, the perfect PG for D'ant's system in Felton (on his way to a career year and possible all-star appearance) and a deep team filled with young athletic two way players. I also want to thank D'ant for putting his exemplary win/loss record in jeopardy along with his reputation by coming to a Knicks team he knew was at the very beginning of a two year rebuilding period. He had to know that rough times were ahead and that the NY media and fans would be all over him but he came anyway.

    Many of us Knick fans saw the moves Walsh made and knew we had the roster to compete and predicated exactly what we are seeing today. Sadly there were a few Knick fans predicting and hoping for failure to vindicate a preconceived position they formed during our rebuilding but for the most part Knick fans are smart and savvy. They understood Walsh's plan and rooted for our team in spite of two woeful rebuilding years or personal grudges against any player or coach. They recognized that sometimes you have to tear something down completely in order to rebuild it stronger and healthier than before.

    As Knick fans we have come out of a long dark tunnel and finally can bask in the light of a team that is not only competitive but is really fun to watch. We are athletic, exciting and young almost like the East coast version of the OKC Thunder. We have young players who should only get better with experience, veterans entering their prime (instead of getting them at the tail end) and cap room to acquire either a max player or several complimentary players next year. It's a new decade and a new Knick team...rejoice!

    For once I think Sheridan is almost spot on in his critique. I can't really argue with anything he says but I have a few minor deviations regrading Walsh, Amare and Felton:

    Walsh
    I give Walsh an A since he was able to assemble a deep young roster that compliments D'ants system all while retaining cap flexibility moving forward. He thought long term and was prepared to take the heat during our rebuilding in order to build a solid foundation of young players. He drafted Feilds and nabbed Mozgov from Russia.

    A

    Amare
    Amare also gets an A. Simply put he has been dominant on the offensive end, taking games over when we need him to. He has made several game winning blocked shots and is starting to rebound at a high rate. He has been the leader and veteran the Knicks have been missing since we traded Ewing. He would get an A+ if he cuts down on the turnovers and can add 1-2 rebounds per game.

    A

    Felton

    Felton also gets an A. Another veteran leader on his way to a career year and possible all-star appearance. He is getting better with each game and always manages to score a basket when we need it. Plays hard the entire game and does it all on both ends of the court. A tremendous pick up!

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    EW YORK -- We hereby present you with four simple words that haven't been written or spoken in many, many years:

    The Knicks are good.

    No. 1 in the NBA in road wins, blocked shots and made 3-pointers. No. 3 leaguewide in points scored. One more win and one fewer loss away from being tied with the Miami Heat for the No. 3 spot in the entire Eastern Conference.

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    If you are one of the many folks in New York who have been losing sleep and failing to keep track of the rest of the sports world for the past several weeks as the protracted Derek Jeter negotiations played out, we have a news bulletin for you:

    The 'Bockers, as the team has occasionally taken to calling itself, are back.

    Sunday's victory in Toronto made it nine wins in the past 10 games for the Knicks, who less than three weeks ago seemed headed for Year 10 of their consistent irrelevancy streak. Instead, they are entering a week featuring four very winnable games (Minnesota, Toronto, Washington, Denver) before the schedule gets extra tough to close the month of December, with seven of the final eight opponents likely playoff teams.

    At 12-9, 21 games are in the books.

    That's approximately one-fourth of the season, which means it is report card time.

    Knicks' report card



    Mike D'Antoni, coach

    The six-game losing streak that preceded this current string of success included a couple of games in which the lack of fourth-quarter execution was the Knicks' undoing, and he didn't have them ready -- or even fully awake -- for their matinee loss to Atlanta two Saturdays ago that is the only thing keeping them from being on a 10-game win streak. But he has not been shy to tinker, he has found a new hot hand and his patience with Raymond Felton when he could have prematurely handed the point guard keys to Toney Douglas has paid off big time. Has handled his critics with dignity, preaching patience.



    Donnie Walsh, team president

    He is the man who will get the credit for drafting Landry Fields, though he freely admits it was a democratic process in the Knicks' draft room last June, and Fields was No. 2 on the scouting staff's list when the first round ended. He gambled a five-year guaranteed contract on Amar'e Stoudemire to keep from getting shut out on the max free-agent market, and he made sure the Garden gave a classy homecoming greeting to David Lee when the Golden State Warriors were in town. The trick now for Walsh will be deciding whether it is worth it to wait out Carmelo Anthony in the hopes he becomes a free agent, or to give up whatever it takes to acquire Melo at the deadline. As he has said, he doesn't want to gut the roster again.



    Amare Stoudemire, PF

    His past three games have produced point totals of 34, 35 and 37, and he has provided the low-post scoring presence that has been missing since Patrick Ewing took his talents to Seattle in the trade that doomed the franchise to a decade of dysfunction. Most importantly, Stoudemire and his teammates have adjusted to the collapsing defenses that so flummoxed them in the early part of the season. And in the locker room, he and Felton have provided genuine veteran leadership. A few more rebounds and a few less turnovers, and that A- becomes an A.



    Landry Fields, G

    The 39th pick of the draft leads all NBA guards in rebounding -- not just the rookies, but every single guard in the league -- and has more or less turned the Rookie of the Year discussion into a two-man debate between himself and Blake Griffin. Rarely will he ever make a mistake (he has just 29 turnovers in 647 minutes), he is unafraid to take whatever open shots present themselves and he plays with the savvy of a veteran. Guess there's something to be said for spending four years at Stanford.



    Raymond Felton, PG

    He couldn't run a successful pick-and-roll with Stoudemire when the season started if his life depended on it, but you can now see the chemistry between the two getting better each game -- just as you can see Felton's offensive confidence blossoming now that he is free from the worry that Larry Brown is going to yell at him for not making sure the ball was passed three times on every possession. He is the steadiest point guard the Knicks have had since Charlie Ward, but he has three times the offensive talents that Ward possessed.



    Wilson Chandler, SF

    He didn't moan and groan when he began the season as the team's sixth man, but rather flourished in the role until injuries at the center position forced D'Antoni to move him into the starting lineup, playing out of position at power forward. He has produced 38 blocks and 35 3-pointers, combining with Fields to give the Knicks not one, but two glue guys whose night-to-night contributions don't always make headlines but certainly add up in the statistical totals. The Portland Trail Blazers could have had him over the summer and are kicking themselves for missing out on the opportunity to get him.



    Toney Douglas, G

    He was supposed to be used strictly as a backup point guard, but he has spent time at off-guard, too, and has run hot and cold as an outside shooting threat. Defensively he has been solid, but he has been slumping lately on offense (4-for-15 on 3s in the past five games after going 18-for-35 in the previous four), or the grade would be better. Stands to lose a chunk of playing time when Kelenna Azubuike (knee surgery) is ready to go in the next week or so, but will be better than most backup PGs he faces.



    Danilo Gallinari, F

    For two years, he has been sold as the face of the franchise because he was one of the few young players the Knicks knew they'd be keeping through all the changes they made to clear cap space for last summer. But he has shown a disturbing lack of confidence this season, especially at home, with two bad or mediocre games for each good one he has produced. His rebounding has been better, though, and he has been at his best when attacking the basket and drawing fouls. Ranks third in the NBA in free throw percentage (91.4).



    Ronny Turiaf, C

    When available, has brought a unique toughness quotient that hopefully is rubbing off on Timofey Mozgov, but has been banged up to such a degree that he almost merits a grade of incomplete, suffering from back, finger and knee injuries. More important to this team's playoff prospects than many people realize (and yes, we're going ahead and calling the Knicks a playoff team given the relative weakness of the East).



    Timofey Mozgov, C

    We're being generous with this grade because there have been extenuating circumstances. Most significantly, the referees have picked on him more than any other NBA rookie with the types of ticky-tack fouls they've called on him. Second, he rebounds worse than Brook Lopez. Third, he has hands of stone when the ball comes to him on pick-and-rolls. He does, however, have serious upside and is a popular player in the locker room.


    Incomplete
    Shawne Williams, SF

    Until a few days ago, his most momentous Knicks moment was getting into a fight with teammate Bill Walker at practice in Oakland. But D'Antoni finally called his number over the weekend on the road against New Orleans and Toronto, and he was clutch down the stretch against the Raptors with 14 fourth-quarter points. Safe to assume he now owns the minutes that formerly belonged to Walker.



    Bill Walker, SG

    He is all the Knicks have left to show for Nate Robinson, and his stock was high at the beginning of camp after he shed weight in the offseason. But he has not brought the injection of instant offense that is needed from bench players in D'Antoni's system, and he could be looking at a long string of DNPs now that Williams is surging and Azubuike is on the verge of his Knicks debut.



    Anthony Randolph, PF

    Is stuck in a backup role behind Stoudemire at the power forward spot, and has often tried to do too much in his limited minutes -- especially when it comes to shot selection. Not quite what D'Antoni touted in training camp when he said (perhaps in an effort to boost Randolph's trade value) that Randolph would be defending everyone from Dwight Howard to Rajon Rondo.



    Roger Mason, PF

    When you have a 3-point shooting specialist who has made a grand total of zero 3-pointers while shooting 1-for-13 overall from the field this season, what other grade is he worthy of? The Knicks would trade him for an extra big body in a heartbeat if they could find a deal.


    Incomplete
    Andy Rautins, G

    Got some face time on Sunday's broadcast only because his dad, Leo, was calling the game for Raptors TV. Has as many points (3) as turnovers in 10 total minutes over two games. If the Knicks can pull off a blowout victory or two at MSG, he can become the Knicks' Human Victory Cigar. And the cigars from Canada are better than the ones in the States.


    Incomplete
    Kelenna Azubuike, SF

    Could return this week or next week after recovering from surgery for a torn patella tendon. Has a career 3-point average of 41 percent, which is two points higher than Gallinari's career percentage. A sleeper asset.

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    Saw the blog article on ESPN. The positive press is good for a change. Refer to the ESPN article because the report card "grades" seem to be missing. Starting to really look forward to the X-mas day bang-up with the Bullies. I have that game circled as a real measuring stick to see exactly how far the KNICKS have come with Boozer back for the Bullies. Love to see the rivalry renewed and bring back old times. Already told family to get the X-mas activities done early so I can kick back and enjoy the game.

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    Shoulda held this to next week. Denver, Boston, Miami(2X's), Thunder, Chicago, and Orlando will be a very telling stretch. So far, we beat up on losing and unhealthy teams, next week we will be put to the true test....

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    Originally Posted by Real NY Baller
    Shoulda held this to next week. Denver, Boston, Miami(2X's), Thunder, Chicago, and Orlando will be a very telling stretch. So far, we beat up on losing and unhealthy teams, next week we will be put to the true test....
    1/4 of the season down and report cards being handed out. Anyway you slice it, we are better and nothing I or Sheridan critiqued will be effected by playing better teams. We will win some and lose some but the assessment of our first 20+ games is what it is.

    Funny how two of the biggest doubters have chimed in both dodging my points...

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    A progress report its fine by me. I just think the evaluations will hold more weight after they play some quality opponents.

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    Originally Posted by TR1LL10N
    1/4 of the season down and report cards being handed out. Anyway you slice it, we are better and nothing I or Sheridan critiqued will be effected by playing better teams. We will win some and lose some but the assessment of our first 20+ games is what it is.

    Funny how two of the biggest doubters have chimed in both dodging my points...
    Funny how Trilly a Woman can't stop being a b**ch

    You are critical of the team and you are a troll, yet when the team FINALLY STARTS TO WIN, then you are a doubter.

    10 years of no playoffs (1st round sweeps don't count) makes me a doubter....

    OK FLAME ON!!!

    I saw that article originally on ESPN, BUT YOU MANIPULATED THE ORIGINAL ARTICLE LEAVING OFF THE WRITERS' GRADES AND ADDED YOUR OWN.

    I thought that was just a mistake, but by your reaction I see you did that ON PURPOSE IN SOME VAIN ATTEMPT TO MAKE YOURSELF LOOK BETTER. Pitiful.

    As YOU ONCE TOLD ME IN ANOTHER THREAD, basketball is a much longer season than football. Well we are only 20 games in and the Knicks righted the ship. That's great. But looking at the schedule there are choppy seas ahead....

    As for you, maybe you should try to LET IT GO and JUST TALK HOOPS instead of being a SELF-RIGHTEOUS A**hOLE.....

    Try to hold out an olive branch and just talk hoops......... but ohhhhh nooooo

    I'm sure ABCD will be along to slap you around in a minute....

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    Originally Posted by jimkcchief88
    Funny how Trilly a Woman can't stop being a b**ch

    You are critical of the team and you are a troll, yet when the team FINALLY STARTS TO WIN, then you are a doubter.

    ....
    Good post.

    The Knicks are allowing over 106 points per game against some of the worst teams in the NBA, while allowing those same low tier teams to shoot 47% from the field and close to 39% from 3.

    The Knicks have a very difficult schedule, from December 12 to January 31.

    We'll see if allowing weak opponents to score 106 points per game on 47% shooting and nearly 39% from 3 was a wise decision to make by the D'Antoni coached knicks.

    With that being said, Amar'e Stoudemire, Raymond Felton, Wislon Chandler, and Landry Fields have been very impressive.

    D'Antoni's coaching, on the other hand, continues to disappoint.

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    Originally Posted by jimkcchief88
    Funny how Trilly a Woman can't stop being a b**ch

    You are critical of the team and you are a troll, yet when the team FINALLY STARTS TO WIN, then you are a doubter.

    10 years of no playoffs (1st round sweeps don't count) makes me a doubter....

    OK FLAME ON!!!

    I saw that article originally on ESPN, BUT YOU MANIPULATED THE ORIGINAL ARTICLE LEAVING OFF THE WRITERS' GRADES AND ADDED YOUR OWN.

    I thought that was just a mistake, but by your reaction I see you did that ON PURPOSE IN SOME VAIN ATTEMPT TO MAKE YOURSELF LOOK BETTER. Pitiful.

    As YOU ONCE TOLD ME IN ANOTHER THREAD, basketball is a much longer season than football. Well we are only 20 games in and the Knicks righted the ship. That's great. But looking at the schedule there are choppy seas ahead....

    As for you, maybe you should try to LET IT GO and JUST TALK HOOPS instead of being a SELF-RIGHTEOUS A**hOLE.....

    Try to hold out an olive branch and just talk hoops......... but ohhhhh nooooo

    I'm sure ABCD will be along to slap you around in a minute....
    Wow dude. You are still mad huh? Can't take the fact that you have been embarrassed numerous times and that your pessimism has been on blast and also proven wrong. Yes, looks like I was the one correct when predicting success for this team and you were the one left looking like some angry no-nothing hating on your team when you watch 3 games a year. It's clear to everyone you are happier when our team was on a losing streak gloating and posting all over the place screaming "I told you so".

    Take note of the trolling and name calling and who started what. I called you a doubter and only a doubter, you admitted you were a doubter in your response and then went into your angry tirade. You are angry and sad and need some lithium and prozac to not be a near suicidal emotional basket-case bleeding from your vagina cramping up with PMS pain.

    Anyway, I manipulated the article? No d-bag, I copied and pasted it word for word but the letter grades were images that were left out during the copy/paste. I included a link to the original article and made mention that I agreed with his grades except for the ones I personally cited and graded. I also included his breakdown of each player and did not even begin to dispute his assertions, I merely added to them and gave my own reasoning. You are a fool, and the only one manipulating **** is you. I know you are mad, can't stand the success and can't stand constantly being wrong and made a fool by numerous posters but get over yourself nimrod.

    I did not create the article but it seems like 1/4 of the season through is a perfectly acceptable time to give a 1st report card. I know you are really really old and have not been in school in like 75 years so allow me to refresh your aging memory...teachers give multiple report cards gauging a students progress along the way in order to examine what is right and what needs changing. This is all the article is doing and all I was doing...but hey, manipulate and distort away, it's your modus operandi.

    LOL at you telling me to talk hoops when thats all I did in this thread meanwhile once again all you did was attack me. I know the image you see in a mirror is grotesque and your faded youth, wrinkles and loss of muscle mass is depressing but seriously look at yourself before trying to chastise and correct anyone else. You are easily the biggest tool and loser on this site and thats not easy with ABCD giving you competition so kudos!

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    Originally Posted by abcd
    Good post.

    The Knicks are allowing over 106 points per game against some of the worst teams in the NBA, while allowing those same low tier teams to shoot 47% from the field and close to 39% from 3.

    The Knicks have a very difficult schedule, from December 12 to January 31.

    We'll see if allowing weak opponents to score 106 points per game on 47% shooting and nearly 39% from 3 was a wise decision to make by the D'Antoni coached knicks.

    With that being said, Amar'e Stoudemire, Raymond Felton, Wislon Chandler, and Landry Fields have been very impressive.

    D'Antoni's coaching, on the other hand, continues to disappoint.
    You know nothing about basketball and each post you make highlights that fact. Counts down to semen and penis jokes from the KO resident troll and homophobe...

    P.S. Keep hoping we fail so you can scream "I told you so" while real Knick fans root for their team no matter who our coach is. Kinda like how Republicans were hoping the economy stayed bad and unemployment stayed high so they can bitch and regain power...SMFH at these selfish pricks putting their own agenda above the Knicks team they claim to be fans of.

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    Originally Posted by TR1LL10N
    You know nothing about basketball and each post you make highlights that fact. Counts down to semen and penis jokes from the KO resident troll and homophobe...

    P.S. Keep hoping we fail so you can scream "I told you so" while real Knick fans root for their team no matter who our coach is. Kinda like how Republicans were hoping the economy stayed bad and unemployment stayed high so they can bitch and regain power...SMFH at these selfish pricks putting their own agenda above the Knicks team they claim to be fans of.
    You just can't seem to help yourself, can you, fatboy?

    Who said I'm hoping the team fails?

    Just because I don't like the way this team is being coached and managed doesn't mean I don't like the players.

    I like most of the players on the Knicks, and I've made that clear on many of my posts.

    But because you have an obsession with D'Antoni's genitals, you can't seem to keep your mouth shut whenever someone presents facts.

    If my comments about the Knicks are so wrong, why are they all based on the Knicks 2010-2011 statistics and Mike D'Antoni's coaching record with the Knicks?

    Maybe it's because I look at facts.

    Keep hating, fat boy. I'll keep shining.

    Now can you dig that... SUCKA!!!!

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    BTW, this is my thread and both of you trolls could of easily avoided it but you two could not help yourselves huh? Had to start **** once again? I don't know why...you guys are constantly exposed and take losses...do you dudes cause like I have said in the past I love to son little herbs.

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    Originally Posted by TR1LL10N
    BTW, this is my thread and both of you trolls could of easily avoided it but you two could not help yourselves huh? Had to start **** once again? I don't know why...you guys are constantly exposed and take losses...do you dudes cause like I have said in the past I love to son little herbs.
    Good try, fat boy, but I was just posting my opinion.

    You insulted me and several other Knicksonline GOATS with your biased comments.

    I didn't say anything to you or about you.

    I was replying to Jimkchief's comments, and you felt the need to reply to my post with insults.

    Lay off the twinkies, fatboy. And get a life.

    You seem to always chase my magic stick, fatboy.

    It seems like you're the fat troll, when on your very own thread you post
    "Sadly there were a few Knick fans predicting and hoping for failure to vindicate a preconceived position they formed during our rebuilding but for the most part Knick fans are smart and savvy."

    And then when I reply to Jimkchief, you post "You know nothing about basketball and each post you make highlights that fact. Counts down to semen and penis jokes from the KO resident troll and homophobe..."

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    Originally Posted by abcd
    You just can't seem to help yourself, can you, fatboy?

    Who said I'm hoping the team fails?

    Just because I don't like the way this team is being coached and managed doesn't mean I don't like the players.

    I like most of the players on the Knicks, and I've made that clear on many of my posts.

    But because you have an obsession with D'Antoni's genitals, you can't seem to keep your mouth shut whenever someone presents facts.

    If my comments about the Knicks are so wrong, why are they all based on the Knicks 2010-2011 statistics and Mike D'Antoni's coaching record with the Knicks?

    Maybe it's because I look at facts.

    Keep hating, fat boy. I'll keep shining.

    Now can you dig that... SUCKA!!!!

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    Yup a little boy obsessed with sweaty men rolling around in tights constantly talking about semen and penis...bout sums you up huh? LOL at anyone out of puberty still following wrestling. SMFH...

    I have already addressed all your points but you constantly ignore them and would rather talk about penis.

    Again:

    We give up a ton of points and also score a ton of points because we run SSOL which is a high tempo offense that leads to more possessions per game for both teams.

    D'ants record is mainly due to the fact he presided over two years of cap shedding and rebuilding. Now that he has a competent squad with a legit star and PG he has a winning record.

    I will admit that we need to bring down our opponents FG% and you won't get an argument from me there but you do realize our best interior defender has been injured and we have been getting beaten up in the paint. Let me guess...none of that matters and you think somehow that if we had another coach that we would somehow be elite paint defenders?

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    Originally Posted by TR1LL10NPoundsofworthless****
    Yup a little boy obsessed with sweaty men rolling around in tights constantly talking about semen and penis...bout sums you up huh? LOL at anyone out of puberty still following wrestling. SMFH...

    I have already addressed all your points but you constantly ignore them and would rather talk about penis.
    lol at this fat herb always chasing my magic stick.

    You couldn't reply to my previous post, huh?

    Maybe it's because you're the one who constantly starts s#!t and then runs like the ho that you are whenever you get ethered.

    Keep hating, I'll keep shining, fatboy.

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    Originally Posted by abcd
    Good try, fat boy, but I was just posting my opinion.

    You insulted me and several other Knicksonline GOATS with your biased comments.

    I didn't say anything to you or about you.

    I was replying to Jimkchief's comments, and you felt the need to reply to my post with insults.

    Lay off the twinkies, fatboy. And get a life.

    You seem to always chase my magic stick, fatboy.

    It seems like you're the fat troll, when on your very own thread you post
    "Sadly there were a few Knick fans predicting and hoping for failure to vindicate a preconceived position they formed during our rebuilding but for the most part Knick fans are smart and savvy."

    And then when I reply to Jimkchief, you post "You know nothing about basketball and each post you make highlights that fact. Counts down to semen and penis jokes from the KO resident troll and homophobe..."
    This fatboy goes to the gym 5 days a week and guarantees he would put it on you in the gym, in the ring and on a basketball court. I know you are clinging to this one failed insult because your weak mind can't adapt or evolve and you are stuck on the same path Metro laid out for you 3 years ago. He called me fat and now you can't help yourself. LOL

    You and Jimmy are GOATS? Let me put this in terms you understand little child...you are the KO equivalent of the no-name scrubs that they put up against a star in the WWE so that the wrestler can show off his moves and gain additional notoriety.

    Oh, and my initial post that you highlighted was not addressed towards anyone specifically but you obviously felt the shoe fit! Maybe you should not be a bitch ass fake fan hoping for failure so we can get rid of a coach you dislike and then that small part of my OP would not apply.

    Yea, and you replied to Jim's post that was nothing more than a personal attack. No basketball, just hate and crying so save it. We all know you were giving props to antagonize me and your not fooling anyone. Oh and right on cue you talk about penis! Predicable, monotonous and plain sad...

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