Offseason priority: Change the culture

Offseason priority: Change the culture

There are 5 comments on the Newsday story from Apr 19, 2007, titled Offseason priority: Change the culture. In it, Newsday reports that:

A bounce of a Ping-Pong ball is all that is left to determine if this Knicks season was a disaster or merely a disappointment.

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Stop making excuses

Bronx, NY

#1 Apr 19, 2007
you must learn to win with what u have before u win anything....isiah for such a tuff guy u have more excuses than anybody....curry plays like he got his nails done b4 every game...dolan has to be on something to even say its up to isiah to say if he wants jerry west....whens april fools day goin to be over in knicks world and serious steps taken.....isiah is an average coach but definetly not a manage
jys22

United States

#2 Apr 19, 2007
Even with all or most of the players healthy, the Knicks have been stuck in a "win one, lose one" quagmire, and I think most people should know that. Injuries are not excuses and every team has to make due. The Knicks need another change.
Jay Zee

Chicago, IL

#3 Apr 19, 2007
We must embrace the concept of playing Lil Nate the entire game.
Lisa -Phila

Richmond, VA

#4 Apr 19, 2007
About the Knicks, if their were not all the injuries,they would have made the playoffs,second Isiah had to clean up behind people that did not do their job.first and formost he has everything he needs,does not need to make,any power forward changes,any crazy trades,or risk any chemistry within the organization.
GG in RI

Wethersfield, CT

#5 Apr 19, 2007
I often wonder whether who pays the Knick beat writers -- Newsday or MSG. Statements like Nate and Francis being trade bait are crazy. Who wants these guys? Is Isiah going to take over as GM for another team and trade for them?

While Lazy Eddy is a force in the post, he's actually one of the guys who seems not to care. How a guy who's 7-1 and 300 pounds can't pull down more than 7rpg and block even a half a shot a game is beyond comprehension. He doesn't put in the effort, so how do you build around him?

And Chris Sheridan of ESPN is right. Isiah is delusional and so are many of the writers for the Knicks, I mean Newsday.

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