Knicks trying to trade Q

The Knicks are trying to trade Quentin Richardson but there isn't a market for a player with a bad back and an equally bad contract . Full Story
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rick 49

United States

#1 Aug 1, 2006
who are they going to start!!!!!!!! David lee. thats bullshit
rick 49

United States

#2 Aug 1, 2006
forget david lee. he sucks. they should start Q-rich
Don Che

Far Rockaway, NY

#3 Aug 2, 2006
U MUST THINK THAT CUZ YOUR FROM PHOENIX...Q HAS A BAD BACK AND IS UNDERSIZED TO PLAY THE 3...DAVID LEE IS BIGGER STRONGER AND GIVES MORE EFFORT AND IS OUR BEST REBOUNDER.OH YEH AND YOUNGER...SO DONT BASH DAVID TILL YOUVE ACTUALLY SEEN A KNICK GAME...Q IS NOT THE SAME AS HE WAS IN PHOENIX HE DOESNT HAVE 12 3's to jack up anymore and have nash and amare bail him out
kellie

United States

#4 Aug 4, 2006
if you put david lee in i might kill myself
SET

Arlington, VA

#5 Aug 4, 2006
Man, what was Isiah thinking when he built this team? I appreciate him because he's helped my Suns immensely by taking on all those big contracts we had but I feel for you Knick fans. Hopefully he can put a decent team on the floor and you guys can have a good season, because there is some talent there. But good luck trying to unload Q, he's making too much dough for what he does; and he's damaged goods.
edo bg

Frankfort, KY

#6 Aug 4, 2006
I agree, Q sucks. David lee is not a great player, but he is big and athletic. Oh yeah. He tries harder than the rest of the joke known as ny knicks. Isiah Thomas should be fired. That team is so over the cap and has not one legit star to show for. Good job Isiah. Patrick Ewing is rolling over in his grave.
THE Z

Oklahoma City, OK

#7 Aug 8, 2006
Well it looks like Mr. Jeffries will be playing the small forward which gives them youth, athleticism and defense. Problem solved at small forward as he can also play and contribute with out the ball. Something we definitely need! Now let's see how this effects the rest of the equation as somebody has to go!
edo bg

Frankfort, KY

#8 Aug 9, 2006
THE Z wrote:
Well it looks like Mr. Jeffries will be playing the small forward which gives them youth, athleticism and defense. Problem solved at small forward as he can also play and contribute with out the ball. Something we definitely need! Now let's see how this effects the rest of the equation as somebody has to go!
Yeah, the whole team.
Anthony from NY

Coram, NY

#10 Aug 22, 2006
I am a devoted knick fan. Although we hard a horrible season last season, I watched all the games. Our problems are very simple. We had probably the best coach ever to coach the game, attempt to turn a offensive minded team into a defensive minded team.. It doesnt work like that. Its like trying to make the Pheonix suns play a half court game... It just doesnt mesh with the personalities and the athleticism our team has. If Isiah wants to keep his job he will play a relentless run and gun style. He must play like the suns and the Mavericks before Avery got there inorder to be successful. We have plenty of play makers when you look at Jamal Crawford, Steve Francis, Nate Robinson, and Stephon Marbury. We have the size we need when you have Jared, Channing, and Eddy. If Eddy and Jerome James hit the track this summer and get in shape we will be a very tough athletic young team to play against. THey showed signs of what they can do in the start of the new year when they won 6 straight playing that type of offense. Its what the knicks need to do inorder to be a playoff team. The players that just dont fit in with the team and that DEFINETLY need to go are Malik Rose, Malik Rose, and Malik Rose. I dont like Jerome James much but i rather have his bloated contract then see an undersized power forward think hes the next Kevin Garnett and try and score 20. Its pathetic i rather see him play for the liberty then to see him in a knicks uniform one more time. Those are the problems the knicks have and they will be solved come the new season. I am expecting them to win the divison and dominate the nets, because frankly they are overated. 3 guys dont make a team, you shut down one of them they lose. but thats all i have to say about that topic.. cant wait to see the rebuttles on this story
edo bg

Frankfort, KY

#11 Aug 23, 2006
Anthony from NY wrote:
I am a devoted knick fan. Although we hard a horrible season last season, I watched all the games. Our problems are very simple. We had probably the best coach ever to coach the game, attempt to turn a offensive minded team into a defensive minded team.. It doesnt work like that. Its like trying to make the Pheonix suns play a half court game... It just doesnt mesh with the personalities and the athleticism our team has. If Isiah wants to keep his job he will play a relentless run and gun style. He must play like the suns and the Mavericks before Avery got there inorder to be successful. We have plenty of play makers when you look at Jamal Crawford, Steve Francis, Nate Robinson, and Stephon Marbury. We have the size we need when you have Jared, Channing, and Eddy. If Eddy and Jerome James hit the track this summer and get in shape we will be a very tough athletic young team to play against. THey showed signs of what they can do in the start of the new year when they won 6 straight playing that type of offense. Its what the knicks need to do inorder to be a playoff team. The players that just dont fit in with the team and that DEFINETLY need to go are Malik Rose, Malik Rose, and Malik Rose. I dont like Jerome James much but i rather have his bloated contract then see an undersized power forward think hes the next Kevin Garnett and try and score 20. Its pathetic i rather see him play for the liberty then to see him in a knicks uniform one more time. Those are the problems the knicks have and they will be solved come the new season. I am expecting them to win the divison and dominate the nets, because frankly they are overated. 3 guys dont make a team, you shut down one of them they lose. but thats all i have to say about that topic.. cant wait to see the rebuttles on this story
the only solution is to fire Thomas and trade the whole team.
Anthony from NY

Coram, NY

#12 Aug 23, 2006
edo bg wrote:
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the only solution is to fire Thomas and trade the whole team.
Thats not a solution.. they are rebuilt, they have a strong core and they will be fine next year. If you really followed the knicks.. they lost 30 to 35 games in the last 2 minutes of a game.. trust me i know i watch them crumble night in and night out.. thats a chemistry issue and a trust issue.. the 45 lineups brown gave them throughout the season was a major reason for the issue at the end of these games. This team is ready to be a contender in the new year, watch out.. if your smart instead of saying fire isiah and trade the whole team, put money on them in the first month of the season because all the spreads will be favoring the knicks. Edo if your going to comment back on my blogs at least give me some credible information to back up your thoughts.
edo bg

Frankfort, KY

#13 Aug 23, 2006
Anthony from NY wrote:
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Thats not a solution.. they are rebuilt, they have a strong core and they will be fine next year. If you really followed the knicks.. they lost 30 to 35 games in the last 2 minutes of a game.. trust me i know i watch them crumble night in and night out.. thats a chemistry issue and a trust issue.. the 45 lineups brown gave them throughout the season was a major reason for the issue at the end of these games. This team is ready to be a contender in the new year, watch out.. if your smart instead of saying fire isiah and trade the whole team, put money on them in the first month of the season because all the spreads will be favoring the knicks. Edo if your going to comment back on my blogs at least give me some credible information to back up your thoughts.
Ok, here it goes. Isiah has made some good moves. He has a lot of guys that can be traded for some pieces that may fit together. But come on, Steve Francis and Stephon Marbury on the same team? WTF. Two biggest egos in the NBA. Quentin Richardson is by far the most overrated player in the NBA. He has some trade bate, but nobody wants theese players. On paper it sounds good, but in reality, who do you see taking a gamble on either of theese two guys. Your best player is David lee.
Anthony from ny

Bronx, NY

#14 Aug 24, 2006
If they okay a run and gun style marbury can coexist with Francis... It will definetly mess up the defenseive rotations of other teams because there wont be a true point gaurd on the floor. If Francis and Marbury both start who does the shut down defender gaurd? With this type of team traditional ways of thinking cannot be used. This is a run and gun syle which fits everyone on the team and it shoudl be fine in the long run. Wait until the preaseason we will see who is right!
edo bg

Frankfort, KY

#15 Aug 24, 2006
Anthony from ny wrote:
If they okay a run and gun style marbury can coexist with Francis... It will definetly mess up the defenseive rotations of other teams because there wont be a true point gaurd on the floor. If Francis and Marbury both start who does the shut down defender gaurd? With this type of team traditional ways of thinking cannot be used. This is a run and gun syle which fits everyone on the team and it shoudl be fine in the long run. Wait until the preaseason we will see who is right!
I hope you're right. I'm not a knix fan by any means, but the league need them to be competitive. Who do you think is the second best team in the East. I say Chicago #1 and believe it or not and don't laugh at me Orlando #2.
Lakers1

San Pedro, CA

#16 Aug 24, 2006
that's crazy... they pissed Ewing off so much that's he's rolling over in his grave!!! AND HE AIN'T EVEN DEAD YET!! LOL

that's funny!
edo bg wrote:
I agree, Q sucks. David lee is not a great player, but he is big and athletic. Oh yeah. He tries harder than the rest of the joke known as ny knicks. Isiah Thomas should be fired. That team is so over the cap and has not one legit star to show for. Good job Isiah. Patrick Ewing is rolling over in his grave.
Anthony from NY

Coram, NY

#17 Aug 24, 2006
The best team in the East is definetly by all means Miami. Second best is definetly a toss up between the Cavs and the Pistons. Chicago and Orlando fall in the 4 and 5 slots along with the Wizards... I think the only teams that can really break into the top 5 spots in the east other than those teams would be the Bucks, Nets, and Knicks.. Im still not much of a boston believer, Pierce is good but he cant do it by himself, maybe telfair will give them what they have been missing all these years. I know adding Theo Ratliff will be a big boost for Boston. I think the east got a lot better this year a lot of teams made moves and it really helped them so the east is a real toss up. What would your top 8 seeds int he east and west be?
mine are
East West
1 Miami Mavericks
2 Cavs Spurs
3 Pistons Clippers
4 Wizards Suns
5 Bulls Kings
6 Knicks Memphis
7 Bucks Houston
8 Magic Denver
The Kings could drop if they dont keep Bonzi Wells though.
NBA Outsider - Maryland

College Park, MD

#18 Aug 24, 2006
I'm a Bulls fan, but honestly, the Knicks did help themselves by signing Jefferies. They have a collection of good scorers. They need to keep Q-Rich (w/bad back), Jefferies, Balkman and Marty Collins -- they're all good defenders. The rest of the Knicks are not.
The Knicks would be a better team without Marbury. His style of play, will not catapult the Knicks to an elite status. Isiah has to realize this. Additionally, Isiah could be on to something if he trades for a true point guard -- a guard who can defend a la Chauncey Billups or Mike Bibby. The Pistons and Kings will not trade these guards, but the knicks need a point guard of their caliber to make serious noise in the East. Could you imagine Kirk Hinrich or Chauncey Billups or Mike Bibby or Steve Nash in Marbury's place on the Knicks? Dream on Knicks fans, dream on.
If the knicks could land a true point guard, then they'll excel in the Eastern Conference. Their current roster has a collection of good players. It still needs tweaking.
Expect the Knicks to win 35-45 games in the 2006-2007 NBA season. Isiah will keep his job.
It's hard for me to write this, but Jefferies improved their team.
edo bg

Frankfort, KY

#19 Aug 25, 2006
Lakers1 wrote:
that's crazy... they pissed Ewing off so much that's he's rolling over in his grave!!! AND HE AIN'T EVEN DEAD YET!! LOL
that's funny!
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He is.
edo bg

Frankfort, KY

#20 Aug 25, 2006
NBA Outsider - Maryland wrote:
I'm a Bulls fan, but honestly, the Knicks did help themselves by signing Jefferies. They have a collection of good scorers. They need to keep Q-Rich (w/bad back), Jefferies, Balkman and Marty Collins -- they're all good defenders. The rest of the Knicks are not.
The Knicks would be a better team without Marbury. His style of play, will not catapult the Knicks to an elite status. Isiah has to realize this. Additionally, Isiah could be on to something if he trades for a true point guard -- a guard who can defend a la Chauncey Billups or Mike Bibby. The Pistons and Kings will not trade these guards, but the knicks need a point guard of their caliber to make serious noise in the East. Could you imagine Kirk Hinrich or Chauncey Billups or Mike Bibby or Steve Nash in Marbury's place on the Knicks? Dream on Knicks fans, dream on.
If the knicks could land a true point guard, then they'll excel in the Eastern Conference. Their current roster has a collection of good players. It still needs tweaking.
Expect the Knicks to win 35-45 games in the 2006-2007 NBA season. Isiah will keep his job.
It's hard for me to write this, but Jefferies improved their team.
I'm thinking 30 games max. New york got a little bit better, but the rest of the teams in east got a LOT better, especially bulls and magic. Bulls got the east on lock this year.
edo bg

Frankfort, KY

#21 Aug 25, 2006
Anthony from NY wrote:
The best team in the East is definetly by all means Miami. Second best is definetly a toss up between the Cavs and the Pistons. Chicago and Orlando fall in the 4 and 5 slots along with the Wizards... I think the only teams that can really break into the top 5 spots in the east other than those teams would be the Bucks, Nets, and Knicks.. Im still not much of a boston believer, Pierce is good but he cant do it by himself, maybe telfair will give them what they have been missing all these years. I know adding Theo Ratliff will be a big boost for Boston. I think the east got a lot better this year a lot of teams made moves and it really helped them so the east is a real toss up. What would your top 8 seeds int he east and west be?
mine are
East West
1 Miami Mavericks
2 Cavs Spurs
3 Pistons Clippers
4 Wizards Suns
5 Bulls Kings
6 Knicks Memphis
7 Bucks Houston
8 Magic Denver
The Kings could drop if they dont keep Bonzi Wells though.
Here it goes...

Mavericks, Bulls
Spurs, Heat
Phoenix, Magic
Clippers, Pistons
Lakers, New Jersey
Grizzlies, Cavs
Rockets, Bobcats
Hornets, Raptors
The only reason i changed my mind about orlando being number 2 is the experience

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