The toughest piece of the puzzle is going to find a decent big man.
I like DeAndre Jordan.
History shows that having two great scorers but a poor defensive club does not win.
The saddest thing about this is that Walsh was not running this trade and that maggot Isiah came back in from under the cracks.
Walsh will probably walk away. I know I would.
Too bad because we need him to finish what he started.
Bradley was a genious for making everyone around him better and being a perfect cog in that CHAMPANIONSHIP team. Dollar Bill's role was to WIN games by "hitting the open man".
Bernards role was getting 50 points and to 60 points if he had too.
Numbers are just that...winning is everything. Do I care if MELO and AMARE get 25 points each or more on the opener and Boston wins....you get my drift
wow an oldtimer like me ....yeah i remember those days ....what a great passing team that was ..... will never forget Willis coming out of the tunnel game 7 and draging his leg up and down the court that night he hit his first two shots and the garden when wild..... clyde had 36 points 19 assist!!!!!
I was a 12year old kid at the time
Last edited by gaknickfan; Dec 23, 2011 at 22:56.
I wouldnt go so far as to compare anthony to MR DOO
MR doo came in when the knicks were old and floundering
its kind of like if the knicks held onto starks and ewing into their mid 30s and then added melo, that team would probably be horrible
what you have now is a young up start team that collectively is just beginning to figure out how to become a championship team
when the knicks traded for earl the pearl monroe
now thats a better comparison
clyde was like amare the focal point of the knicks
and every one didnt believe an offensive shoot first guard like pearl would mesh well
i.e. melo amare
it took a feisty coach, and a solid frame work to get them to mesh well.
thats a better comparison than BOB MR DOO haha
The thing I love the most about our team, is we don't ever seem afraid