Magic's Howard sees potential in Knic...

Magic's Howard sees potential in Knicks' Morris

There are 8 comments on the AMNY story from Mar 3, 2008, titled Magic's Howard sees potential in Knicks' Morris. In it, AMNY reports that:

's eyes widened when the numbers were run by him. Randolph Morris, the Knicks ' 22-year-old backup center, has played in only two games on a team that has just 18 wins in 59 games.

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Bob M

New Milford, CT

#1 Mar 3, 2008
Why not let the kids Morris and Chandler play? Even Thomas can't be delusional enough to think the Knicks are still playing for a playoff spot. Just another example of how totally clueless this clown really is. I hope and pray that Dolan ships his carcass out of town about 30 seconds after the season ends!
the blogfather

AOL

#2 Mar 3, 2008
WHY WAIT TIL THE SEASON IS OVER?
Prince

Shirley, NY

#3 Mar 3, 2008
Why wait until Tonight?
Omar Minaya

New York, NY

#4 Mar 3, 2008
Unfortunately, the kids don't get many minutes because Thomas probably has been told the only thing that can save him is if he makes the playoffs. Why would he play Chandler and Morris if he knows he won't be around next year? He's trying desperately to save his job.
I'd be really disappointed if we let some of these young kids walk away at the end of the year without giving them a chance.
Nicks

Los Angeles, CA

#5 Mar 3, 2008
Bob M wrote:
Why not let the kids Morris and Chandler play? Even Thomas can't be delusional enough to think the Knicks are still playing for a playoff spot. Just another example of how totally clueless this clown really is. I hope and pray that Dolan ships his carcass out of town about 30 seconds after the season ends!
He may do that, but Dolan will still be here. Word is he is looking to give Scott Layden another go as GM. After getting wind of this rumor, Howard Eisley has started to work out again, and is contemplating a return to the NBA.
Bob M

United States

#6 Mar 3, 2008
Nicks wrote:
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He may do that, but Dolan will still be here. Word is he is looking to give Scott Layden another go as GM. After getting wind of this rumor, Howard Eisley has started to work out again, and is contemplating a return to the NBA.
Wouldn't surprise me one bit! Shandon Eisleyspoon era part 2 ....lol.
mets fan

Hempstead, NY

#7 Mar 3, 2008
even Dwight Howard is a better coach than Thomas.
monroe721

Woodstock, NY

#8 Mar 3, 2008
Please do something Dolan....We the True Knick fans are miserable. I don't understand.... heavy payroll which brings high ticket costs and you want us to be patient.Until you fire Isiah..I'm done

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