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The New York Knicks will not make the playoffs because no one can teach them how to get out of thier own way!

March 25, 2009 by MarkM · 2 Comments 

f9628d0e 1e77 491e b31a 66b2b22411d4 The New York Knicks will not make the playoffs because no one can teach them how to get out of thier own way!

Honestly after the Knicks lost to the L.A. Clippers tonight I realized how bad they have become. They promise the fans PLAYOFFS and Al Harrington is making the same mistakes he did when they lost to L.A. last time. The Knicks had the game in hand until he showboated and received a “T”. Then to listen to his excuses after post game was just pathetic! I love Al Harrington’s hustle but he is becoming the new Jeremy Shockey in New York. Hey Al just stay a little more in control, otherwise I love your heart man you are definitely someone I hope to see in the Knicks future! I am interested to see if the knicks can get a win over the last 11 games in the season.¬† Mike D get control of your team. Otherwise, I would like to be the first New Yorker to say Orevua playoffs!

This is becoming the Knicks New Motto

This is becoming the Knicks new motto. Unbelievable! Kids should only cheer for a winner. These knicks just aren't that!

Knicks trade for Larry Hughes and Chris Wilcox at trade-deadline

February 19, 2009 by MarkM · Leave a Comment 

Larry Hughes of the New York Knicks

Larry Hughes of the New York Knicks

Donnie Walsh is starting to look like a genius, just when New York had wrote this team off they make a splash and pick up two expiring contracts, for the rest of this season. This will not only put them in the running for the Big 2010 free agency¬† mob, it will also give the New York Knicks a chance at this season’s postseason. The trade for Larry Hughes consisted of Tim Thomas, Anthony Roberson, Jerome James being sent in a package to the Bulls for the SG. Chris Wilcox was picked up in a straight up deal with Oklahoma City for Malik Rose. The Knicks just got two players that may start for one bench player and four not even in the rotation. Great Work Donnie Walsh!

Chris Wilcox of the New York Knicks

Chris Wilcox of the New York Knicks