New York Knicks close to trading Jama...

New York Knicks close to trading Jamal Crawford for Al Harrington

There are 29 comments on the Newsday story from Nov 21, 2008, titled New York Knicks close to trading Jamal Crawford for Al Harrington. In it, Newsday reports that:

The Knicks have finalized a trade to acquire 6-9 forward Al Harrington from the Golden State Warriors.

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Brouhaha

Englewood, CO

#21 Nov 22, 2008
You guys need to stop having this Lebron James in a Knicks jersey wet dream. Why the heck would Lebron come to the Knicks. Look, if Cleveland continues to put a team around him that can make it to the finals every year he'll stay there. His connection to the city is more than the extra $10million he'll get off a couple more Madison Ave. endorsements. In fact, forget that. Cleveland can pay him more than the Knicks or any other team -- that's just how free agency works. If he wins championships he'll be the most popular player in the game by a mile and it won't matter where he plays so the main endorsement money will flow. The Knicks will get Amare Stoudamire who's dying for a higher profile and probably Joe Johnson. And they should be happy if that happens.

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#22 Nov 22, 2008
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Let me help you out seeing as I guess you dont read the news much. Plan B would include Dwayne Wade or Chris Bosh. Either way the Knicks have been a mess and getting under the cap with alot of room to move will be excellent.
just because they have the cap room doesn't gurantee that the top players want come here. Wade's alreay falling apart. keep drinking that KNick kool-aid, they need the gullible for the next 2 years

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#23 Nov 22, 2008
Brouhaha wrote:
You guys need to stop having this Lebron James in a Knicks jersey wet dream. Why the heck would Lebron come to the Knicks. Look, if Cleveland continues to put a team around him that can make it to the finals every year he'll stay there. His connection to the city is more than the extra $10million he'll get off a couple more Madison Ave. endorsements. In fact, forget that. Cleveland can pay him more than the Knicks or any other team -- that's just how free agency works. If he wins championships he'll be the most popular player in the game by a mile and it won't matter where he plays so the main endorsement money will flow. The Knicks will get Amare Stoudamire who's dying for a higher profile and probably Joe Johnson. And they should be happy if that happens.
agreed a voice of reason. Not sure why the clueless accept 'give us 2 years and we'll be great'. And when Lebron, Bosh, Nowitz turn them down they'll say oh, it's not our fault, give us 2 more years while we build through the draft
KJ from Queens

Atlanta, GA

#24 Nov 24, 2008
Derek wrote:
The Knicks have been garbage since the 70's. There's no reason to believe they will improve soon. They have a lousy tradition.
Knicks fans should be use to losing and watching low rated basketball.
You should know Clippers fan!!
Derek

Montrose, CA

#25 Nov 24, 2008
KJ from Queens wrote:
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You should know Clippers fan!!
Lakers my friend, Knicks/Clippers, no difference.

Same type of management and tradition.
KJ from Queens

Atlanta, GA

#26 Nov 26, 2008
Derek wrote:
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Lakers my friend, Knicks/Clippers, no difference.
Same type of management and tradition.
Derek, are you kidding me? Knicks have championships and several Hall of Fame players? The Knicks were in the NBA finals 9 years ago....when was the last time the Clippers were in the second round of the playoffs? Let's never confuse the Knicks with the Clippers. I will admit that Dummie Dolan has damaged the franchise since taking ownership, but it will take decades of futility to come close to the Clippers organization.
Derek

Montrose, CA

#27 Nov 26, 2008
When was the last time the Knicks won a title, half the teams in the league make the playoffs.

1972 I believe. 36 Yrs is a long time to suck.

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#28 Nov 28, 2008
Derek wrote:
When was the last time the Knicks won a title, half the teams in the league make the playoffs.
1972 I believe. 36 Yrs is a long time to suck.
true, But in the Jordan era a lot of players had good teams and fell to him including Stockton/Malone in Utah, Barkley with Phoenix and MJ ended the era of the Bad Boy Pistons. there were years when the Bull/Knick series was the Bulls toughest on the way to the title. And if Pat played in the Finals against the Spurs things may have been different. Sloan has had his job in Utah for near 20 years and has never won a title, so making the playoffs DOES account for something in this NBA
The Knicks

Rabat, Morocco

#29 Dec 18, 2008
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