Back to reality very quickly

Back to reality very quickly

There are 5 comments on the Newsday story from Jan 29, 2007, titled Back to reality very quickly. In it, Newsday reports that:

Jamal Crawford was in his usual place at the end of the game, with the ball and the Knicks' fate in his hands.

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Pete

Upton, NY

#1 Jan 29, 2007
C'mon, Newsday, "Bucks stop Knicks in OT?" Get your act together! Way too many mistakes in the online version these days.
Fan

United States

#2 Jan 29, 2007
Here in NY having direct TV. I could not find the game between the Bucks and Knicks. It was on Some no name station called Sportsnet. Being a subscriber to Msg and my local channels. I was not happy. If this happens again. I will forget about the Knicks and start watching Golf and Nascar...
SC FAN

Lake Charles, LA

#3 Jan 29, 2007
Bench Jeffries 30 million dollar ass and get Renaldo balkman in the rotation for good.
Sony - Bronx

United States

#4 Jan 29, 2007
I'm a true Knicks fan. I'm with them through thick and thin. Knick fans now are fickle and fair-weather. If the relationship between the team and the fans were a marriage it would lead to divorce. NY fans now are like the wife in "Pursuit of Happyness," weak! I know we're gonna get better and I'm patient. I've been to games where fans are booing after the 1st quarter. Give me a break! Get lost! We don't need that kind of energy and "support". Go watch a broadway play or something...just keep your asses out of the Garden.
Knicks Fan 4Ever

United States

#5 Jan 29, 2007
Did anyone do that poll on newsday that asks if the Knicks have shown enough progress to save Isiah's job? Shockingly I see a resounding 66% for Isiah to keep his job...WTF??? Knick Fans? You're satisfied with being 9 games under .500 and nowhere near contention for a title. This is why we'll never win a championship in NY again...Where's the pride? Has it gotten so bad that being 9 games under .500 is actually considered good? This team is better than that..Especially in the EAST (which totally sucks) Anyone that clicked yes on that poll should have their head examined. Isiah should keep the coaching job but definately be gone as GM...Its obvious he knows how to coach and its also obvious that he has no clue how to put together a team...This team and its fans shouldn't be happy with mediocrity! This is how bad its become to be a Knicks fan anymore...All I can say is that I can't wait for Baseball to start again...At least my Mets will be in contention...And they have a manager thats not a lame duck!

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