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    Quote Originally Posted by metrocard View Post
    Eddy Curry 2.0
    Please don't compare amar'e to that fat-fuk... amar'e has done everything possible to rehab them knees...everything..

    u gotta give him an A for effort.... would u give that same A to the fat-fuk???

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    you're all idiots

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    Quote Originally Posted by Rob Low View Post
    It's Melo fault Amare is constantly getting injured-Kiya
    Hold on .. ISO-Melo's non-hustle on defense, plus demanding the ball on every offensive-possession has a career of upsetting his fellow teammates with this act. Practically all of Melo's max contract teammates find away to miss 25 or more games a season due to injury.
    When u have two max-contract players on a team, both feel they have just as much say-so as the coach on how the team should be run.

    Last season max contract Amare was taken out of the STARTER lineup, and it had nothing to do with injuries.
    Lastseason, all the "OLD-HEADS" bowed-out of the postseason games .. the games we needed the "OLD-HEADS" the most bc of all the postseason experience they have.

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    According to ISOLA, in the Daily News, Woodson screws up again (and we all know how Dolan hates leaks to the media). Sad truth remains: screw-up on Tuesday probably more costly than his MOnday mistake:

    "In theory, allowing the players to quickly inbound the ball and prevent the defense from setting up is a smart strategy. Except, when Beal scored, Beno Udrih was busy lecturing Andrea Bargnani for failing to provide cover. Carmelo Anthony took a quick look at the bench, and when Woodson didn’t respond, Anthony asked for the ball and then inexplicably moved at a snail’s pace.
    Those brief moments of confusion and indecisiveness reflect poorly on the leadership of the team. That’s on Woodson. The guy is so rattled that when he showed up for work on Tuesday he misspoke and told reporters that Amar’e Stoudemire is experiencing swelling on his knee and will be out “for a while.”
    According to a source, Stoudemire “flipped out” when he learned of Woodson’s medical update and quickly took to Twitter to inform the fans ‘IM NOT INJURED.” He also said that his body and knees “feel great!” Of course, Stoudemire didn’t make the trip to Milwaukee, so Woodson isn’t entirely wrong. The Knicks don’t play again until Saturday, so technically Stoudemire is out for “a while.”


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    the only person that i ever see try to push the ball up is shump...everyone else takes their sweet dam time to get it across, then takes 10 seconds holding it, then starts to pass it around

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    dont disrespect Pablo ball hogger after MELO is JR and many times i see that Andrea dont have any1 to pass no ball movement or too many passes

    WOODSON simply LOST this team and some players are brainless how to play

    JR just can hit 3s
    he can do more but he dont know how to use his skills
    but Woodson still wil b keeping struggling on floor
    which describes him how dumb he is as a coach

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    Quote Originally Posted by paris401 View Post
    Please don't compare amar'e to that fat-fuk... amar'e has done everything possible to rehab them knees...everything..

    u gotta give him an A for effort.... would u give that same A to the fat-fuk???
    You're right, Amar'e has shown a positive attitude to coming back where Curry seemed depressed during his time in New York and gave us nothing in the off-season, despite the tragic events has happen to him(being robbed, family member murdered, the whole limo rape scandal etc)

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    Quote Originally Posted by DontForgetDerekHarper View Post
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    Has Amar'e tried DDP Yoga?


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    Quote Originally Posted by mafra View Post
    According to ISOLA, in the Daily News, Woodson screws up again (and we all know how Dolan hates leaks to the media). Sad truth remains: screw-up on Tuesday probably more costly than his MOnday mistake:

    "In theory, allowing the players to quickly inbound the ball and prevent the defense from setting up is a smart strategy. Except, when Beal scored, Beno Udrih was busy lecturing Andrea Bargnani for failing to provide cover. Carmelo Anthony took a quick look at the bench, and when Woodson didn’t respond, Anthony asked for the ball and then inexplicably moved at a snail’s pace.
    Those brief moments of confusion and indecisiveness reflect poorly on the leadership of the team. That’s on Woodson. The guy is so rattled that when he showed up for work on Tuesday he misspoke and told reporters that Amar’e Stoudemire is experiencing swelling on his knee and will be out “for a while.”
    According to a source, Stoudemire “flipped out” when he learned of Woodson’s medical update and quickly took to Twitter to inform the fans ‘IM NOT INJURED.” He also said that his body and knees “feel great!” Of course, Stoudemire didn’t make the trip to Milwaukee, so Woodson isn’t entirely wrong. The Knicks don’t play again until Saturday, so technically Stoudemire is out for “a while.”
    What else is new ....
    Woody did this same shiiii to Amare lastseason, and Amare went for the free ride.
    This season, Amare aint going for it.
    The Twitter was Amare 2nd time goin public that he's not injured this season.
    A 3rd time may get critical.

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    Quote Originally Posted by bluechox2 View Post
    the only person that i ever see try to push the ball up is shump...everyone else takes their sweet dam time to get it across, then takes 10 seconds holding it, then starts to pass it around
    Pushing the ball will get u traded on this team

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