Knicks fall to Philly by 40

Knicks fall to Philly by 40

There are 13 comments on the AMNY story from Feb 20, 2008, titled Knicks fall to Philly by 40. In it, AMNY reports that:

Willie Green scored 21 points, Thaddeus Young had 20 and Andre Iguodala added 19 as the Philadelphia 76ers cruised to a 124-84 victory over the New York Knicks on Wednesday night.

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Huntington Station, NY

#1 Feb 20, 2008
ITS ALL OVER !!!!!!!!!




Knicks suck

Great Neck, NY

#2 Feb 20, 2008

Middletown, NY

#3 Feb 20, 2008
I hope by tommorow afternoon, at least 30% of this team consists of different guys than what we saw tonight. You cant teach effort, the players have to want it, and they dont, they are embarrasing right now, I dont want to see the same 15 guys on this team the next game.

Bronx, NY

#4 Feb 20, 2008
"Maybe guys' minds were elsewhere, with the trade deadline coming up," Thomas said. "It's always a funny time of year."

.....Everybody kinda funny you funny too.

Hialeah, FL

#5 Feb 20, 2008
What a mess! I will continue to root against the Knicks untill they drop Isiah. Gotta try to dump any contracts that ya can at this point. Then dump Isiah. Maybe then I can once again root for the NY KNICKS!

Spencer, NY

#6 Feb 21, 2008
I root against the Knicks too. I'm a Knicks fan, but these guys are an embarrasment. I watched the end of the first quarter last night. Five consecutive turnovers! Sixers just picking their pockets and racing downcourt for easy two's. It looked like a high school mismatch.

Huntington Station, NY

#7 Feb 21, 2008
do not add burnt out overpaid veterans tothis team

want a point guard? go get kyle lowry

but whatever you do, dont add payroll

Brooklyn, NY

#8 Feb 21, 2008
It is difficult to play defense when you are thinking about being traded to a contending team.

Brooklyn, NY

#9 Feb 21, 2008
The Isiah Thomas era is a complete failure!

Oceanside, NY

#10 Feb 21, 2008
Bring back Larry Brown!! And I'm not kidding. He had it right all along. He knew what guys could become players and what guys were hopeless (i.e. Marbury). Unfortunately, some of these useless players were Isaih's friends. Now look what we've got.
I repeat: bring back Larry Brown. The Knicks will be winners in 2 years.
Mike H

New York, NY

#11 Feb 21, 2008
I was at this game... Took my daughter to her first professional basketball game... I had to keep explaining to her that real professional teams do not play this bad... It will be a while before I go see the Knicks again.... very sad.
Catman Du

New York, NY

#12 Feb 21, 2008
This team has no heart or passion. Hard to believe that the team of Willis Reed, Dave DeB, Clyde, Ewing, and Oakley has crumbled to a weak-willed and pathetic excuse for a CYO team.

Whether to fault the bloated contracts or the mis-mangagement from the top,the spiritless attitude that pervades this team is so evident. The quintessential player who represents the team is Eddy Curry who has the heart of a poodle, the desire of a neutered eunuch, and plays with the hustle of a a man in an iron lung.

Blow this team up, except for David Lee and Balkman. Get guys in here that want to compete. How can the Garden charge Tiffany prices for a K-Mart product? In addition to firing Isiah, Dolan the elder should take this toy away from his son and begin to put in place an organization with rock solid credentials and begin to restore the pride that this team used to have.

Rineyville, KY

#13 Feb 21, 2008
If you really want changes to occur, STOP GOING TO THE DAMN GAMES!
They were talking about it on ESPN this morning and the Knicks are making the same gate revenue as the Lakers. It's unbelieveable but true. Due to their ticket prices and packages for games and tickets sold in advance, they in fact do have the same revenue coming in. So the Dolans really have no desire to change anything. You think they give a c-r-ap about NY'ers and the fans in general. They are making money and that's all they care about. So stop going, and kill their bottom line. No one is going to listen though, because fans are so moronic in these situations and they just can't help themselves. Like lemmings following the leader off the cliff.

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