Nate, Paul scuffle as Knicks end loss...

Nate, Paul scuffle as Knicks end loss streak at 6

There are 6 comments on the Newsday story from Mar 28, 2009, titled Nate, Paul scuffle as Knicks end loss streak at 6. In it, Newsday reports that:

David Lee considered the end of a six-game losing streak after the Knicks ' 103-93 win over the New Orleans Hornets Friday night at the Garden and said, "I don't know whether to be excited for the win or frustrated we haven't played like this the last couple of games." Though the Knicks have become an also-ran in the playoff race - they are 5A A1 2 ...

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Little Jimmy D

Indianapolis, IN

#1 Mar 28, 2009
Robinson may be talented and fun to watch, but he's the type of player that will never grow up. A Napoleonic complex for a basketball player. Bottom line is that he's not the type of player that will be part of a championship team. Let him go. The money can be better spent elsewhere.

East Brunswick, NJ

#2 Mar 28, 2009
Wow, I guess they're back in the playoff hunt! lol

Brooklyn, NY

#3 Mar 28, 2009
Agreed Jimmy D. It's too bad Nate can't get his head straight. Grow up Nate.

Astoria, NY

#4 Mar 28, 2009
Nate is the only player they have that can get to the basket ANY time he wants to. Games are won by playmakers. MJ, Reggie Miller, Starks talked all game also. They already made the mistake of wasting a #1 on a :good kid" in Galinari. THe guy ruptured a disk the first time he drove to the basket. Walsh/Da'Anton talk about how good Galinari will be in 3 years, while Lopez thrives with the Nets..... THese guys are ALMOST as clueless as when Al Bianchi refused to resign Bernard King and give Ewing an unstoppable scorer to play with. Instead they gave Ewing Kenny 'SKy' WAlker at SF. ANother player whose ONLY Knick claim to fame is winning the NBA slam dunk contest.

THe team gives up 50% FG, but will somehow entice Lebron in 2 years... yea RIGHT

Ocala, FL

#5 Mar 28, 2009
Nate has got a different motor, it runs faster then most, unfortunately it is hooked up to his mouth as well. He is a great penetrating gaurd whom the Knicks should not trade, but he may need to be sat down and spoken to. He is still young.

Bosh for Lee, forget it. Lee is more valuable in that he passes and rebounds better than Bosh. Take a quie from Jerry Reese of the NY Giants and don't go for overpaid/hyped players. A guy like Manu Ginobli is much more valuable to a team then a Bosh. The only guy I see out there that has the heart of a champion bar none is Wade. Then comes Lebron, that's right, Wade has a bigger heart and has already shown so in the Championship run by Miami. In fact the Heat could upset some teams this year with his heart.

Nate, Lee, Chandler & Gallo should be the core of the team. The Knicks need a big man that can rebound and block shots, CB is not the guy to do that he is a average shotblocker and a subaverage rebounder for his size. Lee has 5 more a game then him and a much better scoring percentage. Let's go with Heart and smarts. Let that be the Knicks motto only those with "Heart and Smarts" need apply. Wade more than fits the bill.
Tired of the Circus

Astoria, NY

#6 Mar 28, 2009
Bottom line is that Nate's a 5'7" number 2 guard and that does not win championships in the NBA. Better to let him go. Getting rid of the mouth and the antics are a bonus.

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