Time no longer on Jeffries' side

Time no longer on Jeffries' side

There are 2 comments on the Newsday story from Jan 29, 2007, titled Time no longer on Jeffries' side. In it, Newsday reports that:

Jared Jeffries, Isiah Thomas' mid-level exception signing last summer, is fading into oblivion on the Knicks' bench.

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vincent campbell

Brooklyn, NY

#1 Jan 29, 2007
You guys are a bunch of idiots, everytime someone on the team is playing well he's a bust. whats wrong with you guys, give the player a chance its a long season. he'll find his confidence. I bet you don't have a woman at home thats why you have so much pint up energy ha....
balkman fan

Lake Charles, LA

#2 Jan 29, 2007
I liked Jared for years. He is not producing, what do you want Coach Thomas and the Knicks to do. At 30 million he need to produce(period)

I expected him to come in and atleast been solid. Shit hes been less than that, we coulda keep Jalen Rose for that.

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