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Duhon leaves Bulls for starting job with Knicks

There are 25 comments on the Chicago Tribune story from Jul 4, 2008, titled Duhon leaves Bulls for starting job with Knicks. In it, Chicago Tribune reports that:

Chris Duhon will join former teammate Eddy Curry and another ex-Bull, Jamal Crawford , when the free-agent moratorium ends on July 9. Duhon agreed to a two-year, $6.5 million deal with the Knicks on Friday, ...

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Steve Colter

Mundelein, IL

#21 Jul 5, 2008
Amazing how these NY and Ohio dudes are such authorities on the Bulls. NY has a dump of an arena (MSG) and one of the weakest rosters in the NBA. They've been out of basketball prominence so long that Spike Lee is thinking about showing up courtside in Chicago. And, once LeBron leaves Cleveland, that pitiful sewer of a town will once again be reduced to basketball debris and road-kill.
The R

Park Forest, IL

#22 Jul 5, 2008
Mellow Yellow wrote:
<quoted text>About what I would expect out of you NYC losers, whiners and malcontents. We're not feeding you anything. Your GMs over the years have been more than happy to help the Bulls do house-cleaning. Curry and his High School BB team couldn't beat a bunch of white boys from the northwest suburbs of Chicago, he was so good. And, Jamal Crawford .... LOL; that poor kid from the projects probably has a tough time remembering his name let alone deciding whether to shoot at the basket from 40 feet out; hope you choke on all that multi-million dollar "talent" in MSG.
So true, about Curry and T-wood losing to Schaumburg, who didn't have a starter over 6-4, while the T-Birds had 6-11 Curry and 6-6 Melvin Buckley, and STILL lost, by plenty.

Matteson, IL

#23 Jul 5, 2008
How in the world do you give a backup point guard who cannot shoot who has no special skills two year 12 million dollar contract?? Unbelievable
Fire Pax

Chicago, IL

#24 Jul 6, 2008
question here wrote:
Will the Bulls get a NY second round draft pick on Duhon signing?
$12 million seems like a waste on someone like Duhon.
No, he is a free agent not a restricted free agent. 12 million is way too much for Du but this is the Knicks, they are not exactly known for being fiscally smart.
Fire Pax

Chicago, IL

#25 Jul 6, 2008
rao wrote:
Duhon is better than than Hinrick. Period.
Your Stupid. Duhon isn't even in the same class as Kirk. Sure you can rag on Kirk all you want but the fact remains that he cannot thrive as a PG when Gordon, Deng and Big Bust were are out there playing Selfish ball when they have no skills. Kirk is a solid starting PG and had a bad year last year. Duhon stats have never came close to Kirks enough said. Maybe try watching an NBA game before you say anything else...

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