76ers roll to sweep of Knicks

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The Philadelphia 76ers finally have a winning streak -- and the New York Knicks to thank for it.

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Red Holzman

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Dec 8, 2007
 
Our team from 1970 could kick the crap out of this group of knuckleheads.And I'm talking about guys that are in their 60s and one ,Dave Debuschere, is dead.
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#2
Dec 8, 2007
 
It's the Dolan stench at work. Remember NOBODY BEATS THE WIZ .The Dolans owned that.1-800 FYOU CABLE.He was there tonight but gave orders not to be shown on screen.
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#3
Dec 8, 2007
 
can anybody watch the pathetic knicks anymore? the worst coach and a point guard who has no clue. marbury and thomas have to go.
John Anselmo

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Dec 8, 2007
 
FIRE ISIAH. NOW.

“Wilma”

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Dec 9, 2007
 
I don't think this team is going to make the playoffs, especially if they keep playing like this. They are just not a very good basketball team. Poor Isaiah....he is a real gentleman, I can tell by his smile...and he deserves better. And Dolan... he's a nice guy and a great owner, who has worked hard to get where he is. I don't get it. Curry is a franchise center who hard and gives his all every night and Stephan is the best point guard in the league. When you add in such well rounded and disciplined players like Randolph, who "When asked why he thought Thomas benched him, Randolph replied, "I don't know, I don't know. It's a good question." and he came in in such great shape, Crawford, the multi dimensional Balkman, and the constantly maturing Robinson, the Knicks should be at the top of the division.

Isaiah is such a good coach... "I don't really think this is a time to threaten anyone," he said. "I think it's time for me to get my team feeling good about themselves and get their confidence up." and "We've definitely kind of lost our way a little bit here," Ya think?

What are the Sixers thinking, being so mean...."The 76ers' bench mocked the Knicks throughout the fourth quarter. When Robinson dribbled out a shot-clock violation, there were guffaws by several 76ers players." That is just not very nice. It's not as if the Garden isn't a nice place to work. Geez, you'd think it was full of a bunch of people who lack integrity or something.

Any way, there is always tomorrow, if you are a Knick fan. I am sure they will turn things around very soon. The NBA...I love this game.
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Dec 9, 2007
 
nostephanfan wrote:
I don't think this team is going to make the playoffs, especially if they keep playing like this. They are just not a very good basketball team. Poor Isaiah....he is a real gentleman, I can tell by his smile...and he deserves better. And Dolan... he's a nice guy and a great owner, who has worked hard to get where he is. I don't get it. Curry is a franchise center who hard and gives his all every night and Stephan is the best point guard in the league. When you add in such well rounded and disciplined players like Randolph, who "When asked why he thought Thomas benched him, Randolph replied, "I don't know, I don't know. It's a good question." and he came in in such great shape, Crawford, the multi dimensional Balkman, and the constantly maturing Robinson, the Knicks should be at the top of the division.
Isaiah is such a good coach... "I don't really think this is a time to threaten anyone," he said. "I think it's time for me to get my team feeling good about themselves and get their confidence up." and "We've definitely kind of lost our way a little bit here," Ya think?
What are the Sixers thinking, being so mean...."The 76ers' bench mocked the Knicks throughout the fourth quarter. When Robinson dribbled out a shot-clock violation, there were guffaws by several 76ers players." That is just not very nice. It's not as if the Garden isn't a nice place to work. Geez, you'd think it was full of a bunch of people who lack integrity or something.
Any way, there is always tomorrow, if you are a Knick fan. I am sure they will turn things around very soon. The NBA...I love this game.
Whatever drugs you are on, I will take double the dosage. So you don't think this team will make the playoffs? Gee what could have possibly given you that idea. Isiah is a gentleman,hence why he was found guilty of sexual harassment. I'm not even going to touch the rest of that garbage you are spewing.
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Dec 9, 2007
 
tjrover wrote:
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I don't think this team is going to make the playoffs, especially if they keep playing like this. They are just not a very good basketball team. Poor Isaiah....he is a real gentleman, I can tell by his smile...and he deserves better. And Dolan... he's a nice guy and a great owner, who has worked hard to get where he is. I don't get it. Curry is a franchise center who hard and gives his all every night and Stephan is the best point guard in the league. When you add in such well rounded and disciplined players like Randolph, who "When asked why he thought Thomas benched him, Randolph replied, "I don't know, I don't know. It's a good question." and he came in in such great shape, Crawford, the multi dimensional Balkman, and the constantly maturing Robinson, the Knicks should be at the top of the division.
Isaiah is such a good coach... "I don't really think this is a time to threaten anyone," he said. "I think it's time for me to get my team feeling good about themselves and get their confidence up." and "We've definitely kind of lost our way a little bit here," Ya think?
What are the Sixers thinking, being so mean...."The 76ers' bench mocked the Knicks throughout the fourth quarter. When Robinson dribbled out a shot-clock violation, there were guffaws by several 76ers players." That is just not very nice. It's not as if the Garden isn't a nice place to work. Geez, you'd think it was full of a bunch of people who lack integrity or something.
Any way, there is always tomorrow, if you are a Knick fan. I am sure they will turn things around very soon. The NBA...I love this game.

Whatever drugs you are on, I will take double the dosage. So you don't think this team will make the playoffs? Gee what could have possibly given you that idea. Isiah is a gentleman,hence why he was found guilty of sexual harassment. I'm not even going to touch the rest of that garbage you are spewing.
Takes a second or two to realize that nostephanfan was being sarcastic. Instead of "Fire Isiah", it's time for the fans to start screaming DOLAN S*CKS. This is by far the worst franchise in sports, led by an owner that is the biggest moron, but with total job security thanks to daddy.
Jc in Palm Harbor FL

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#8
Dec 9, 2007
 
Folks. 2009. That is all I have to say. List of those who are gone...Marbury, Rose, Francis contracts will be gone. Left Collins, Balkman, Curry, Crawford, Lee, Richardson, Randolph, and Jeffries and what ever lottery pick we get this year and next year. We actually get to keep ours this year. Sweet. That team is under the cap and ready to roll with a better GM on duty guaranteed. The future isn't as bleak as you think.
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#9
Dec 9, 2007
 
This reminds me of the Islanders unending devotion to Mike Milbury. The Knicks are such a joke right now, and this ridiculous loyalty for Isiah is just driving them down even further. The Tarheels would kick the Knicks around the court right now!
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#10
Dec 9, 2007
 
I think NOW would be a good time for Dolan to make some changes!
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Dec 9, 2007
 
I hate the Knicks. I hate Dolan. Dolan you are the most thick headed human being on this planet. Even Osama would be proud of your unwavering worship for Isiah. This man has effectively turned your franchise into the highest paid joke in the league. I hate Isiah. I hate Marbury. Everyone of them. And for as much as I hate them, they are like a airplane crash, you can't help but watch. They make me sick to my stomach. Marbury, you are a emotional leach on the team. Your father passed away so you are understandably upset. SO WHY IN THE HELL ARE YOU HANGING AROUND THIS TEAM?????GO HOME. WHEN YOU ARE AN EMOTIONAL MESS AS YOU ARE, WHY BRING EVERYONE ELSE AROUND YOU DOWN. If you've ever notice, every team he is on, the whole team looks unhappy. He's such a selfish person. Deal with your emotional baggage at home. Stay with your family. Stop trying to "deal" with it by coming in, playing 10 minutes, and looking like death on the bench with a gatorade towel burqa on your head. Isiah, please show some leadership, put this man out of his misery and send him home. Knicks, What a joke!!!!

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Dec 9, 2007
 
Knickerjokers, you have too much hate in your life.
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#13
Dec 9, 2007
 
Who are these people on Long Island that follow the Knicks? All my life living on Long Island and have YET to meet anyone who follows the Knicks. Newsday Sucks!
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#14
Dec 9, 2007
 
if isiah is fired, and the knicks continue to lose, who are the fans going to go after? forget about jimmy dolan, he isn't going anywhere. with isiah still coaching, those of you willing to spend all that money going to the games, will at least have something to do beside watch the worst team in the league try to look good.
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#15
Dec 9, 2007
 
The Knicks should do what the Baltimore Orioles have reportedly been told to do, get rid of all the high priced players. In this case, that would be just about all of them. Most of them suck, anyway. Might want to get rid of Isiah, too. Just start over.
Freddie

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#16
Dec 9, 2007
 
What a great loss. I love it. Soon our day will come and Isiah will get fired and Stephon will be gone and things can only get better. Hopefully we are approaching the trough of this debacle. I am shorting the Knicks all season.
Alan Q

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#17
Dec 9, 2007
 
How a sports organization can have such a long running and painfully public lack of all pride is a frightening mystery.

That even the most nostalgic of Knicks fan can wear that logo on the streets of the greatest city on Earth must be nearing impossible.

If Dolan were to sell the team, hire any local coach and hold open tryouts it would be an improvment over the abortion that slithers onto the court at MSG right now.

That Thomas himself is not tired of seeing his own embarassed and degraded image on TV is a wonder. A human with self respect at any other job in NY would have resigned by now.

What a pack of sluts.
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#18
Dec 9, 2007
 
Even if/when Dolan decides to fire Isiah, I don't see much changing with the Knicks. Dolan will hire another incompetent who will know that to keep his job he will tell Dolt-an what he wants to hear. If he were to hire a strong GM and/or coach, Dolt-an will still micromanage the operation and not let the person(s) do his job properly. Remember his sticking with Glen Sather despite 7 straight years of missing the playoffs with the league's highest payroll. The saving grace for the Rangers was the strike and ensuing salary cap. Otherwise, that dog-and-pony show would still be going as well.
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#19
Dec 9, 2007
 
I can't remember when the Knicks consistently refused to show any desire on the defensive end.....and nothing gets done about it... When the team quits on the coach consistently then its time for a new coach..period..problem here is the coach defends GM's poor decisions......Thomas is a terrible coach and worse GM...he must go!!!!
Larry

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#20
Dec 9, 2007
 
OK this is the only thing I can come up with: Isaiah is trying to get fired. He's sorry he took the job and doesn't want to look like he made the wrong decision so he wants to be fired. First, he tries losing. Then really, really, really bad trades. Then, cost the team millions in sexual harassmanet case. Then, keep saying stupid things like he does to the press to indicate he doesn't have a clue.
I feel bad for Isaiah, he is obviously trying to get fired and the owner is clueless. It's not like Jerry West is out there or anything.

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