Nets beat Knicks, 106-101
Since: Jan 08
#1 Mar 9, 2009
Looks like it's official: we are playing towards next year.....and beyond. It'll be unteresting to see how Walsh tries to "tweak" this line-up in the offseason. I don't expect as many (major) trades during the season next year. Any more "big" trades will happen this postseason, and also the draft. It's a shame that it had to be this way, but I believe this is the necessary pain we've been avoiding for close to a decade.
#2 Mar 9, 2009
This team is flawed in many ways...
Less than a month ago, so many posters on this blog were saying the Knicks turned the corner. Nonsense...
I do admit they are playing better this season. This is the result of REAL coaching, not who pretended to be a coach. That said, they're trading for, in essence, spare parts until 2010...
Let's see how much (Duh Umm) Jimmy Dough Boy Dolan will open up the wallet and spend, spend, spend...
#3 Mar 9, 2009
there both in the ny area so i dont care,they both play hard,and both team gave it there all
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