Knicks haven't drafted future All-Sta...

Knicks haven't drafted future All-Star since 1987

There are 28 comments on the Newsday story from Feb 16, 2008, titled Knicks haven't drafted future All-Star since 1987. In it, Newsday reports that:

A little NBA All-Star trivia: Name the last player the Knicks drafted who went on to play in an NBA All-Star Game.

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Marvin campbell

Minneapolis, MN

#21 Feb 17, 2008
Do any one out there know how long are the contracts are one the Knicks players, and since we are not going to mak the playoffs why don't the coach start playing the young guys, and get them ready for the future. The coach is out of there any way, I will glad to see him go. Mr Dolan leasson to us true fans pull the trade with the Nuggets now before they fine some one else. Buy out Marbury contract and take the lost, Marbury is hurting this team. Remember MR Dolan every team he has played for got better when he departed, so look at us now we are playing with a little heart. Lets go Davie Lee he is the man. Play him.
Marvin Campbell

Minneapolis, MN

#22 Feb 17, 2008
This just end the Kincks trade Jerome James, Eddy Curry, Zach Randolph, Renaldo Balkman and Stephon Marbury to the New England Patriots, for Bill Belichick and spy tapes. Now may be he can fix the Knicks
Marvin Campbell

Minneapolis, MN

#23 Feb 17, 2008
Lets go MR Dolan stop paying for those old guys they are past there time. See what the New York Rangers did they stop trying to buy a team and now they are in the play off hunt. Get rid off the coach, he is hurting us true fans, I know there is a go coach out there that is willing to come and clean up this mess. See what Isiah did to the CBA you don't.Mr Dolan you don't want to lost your true fans, Lets make the move Now.
Mr Dolan

Woodside, NY

#24 Feb 17, 2008
Marvin Campbell wrote:
Lets go MR Dolan stop paying for those old guys they are past there time. See what the New York Rangers did they stop trying to buy a team and now they are in the play off hunt. Get rid off the coach, he is hurting us true fans, I know there is a go coach out there that is willing to come and clean up this mess. See what Isiah did to the CBA you don't.Mr Dolan you don't want to lost your true fans, Lets make the move Now.
I hear what you're saying. But um ... no. I like things the way they are. Now if you'll excuse me, the private chopper is here to take me to my north shore mansion. Change is overrated.

Since: Jan 07

N Massapequa

#25 Feb 17, 2008
nyk9499 wrote:
<quoted text>You and every other cherry picker out there. Its so easy to criticize this franchise( thats why so many clowns do it).Dolan will not let Isaiha or any other GM rebuild! its that simple. You can call Isaiha an ahole,a bad coach,a rapist, whatever! Hes not a terrible GM and heres why. He walked into a pig sty in december 2003. He had a team with little talent and aging mediocre players and was asked to make the playoffs that spring he did
he acquired a nazi mohamed and tim thomas for a useless michael doleac and a keith van horn was not playing up to potential this turned out to be a bad move but it was a chance worth taking when being told to make the playoffs that same year. acquiring jamal crawford was not a bad move at all stole trevor ariza at the 43rd pic. NOW Isaiha if allowed (now summer 2004) now is when you begin to dump salaries and build through draft
by now all those young players would of been promising and developing. The team would of been bad for a couple of years but Dolan just wanted to continue making the play offs every single year and trading away draft picks for lumps of garbage like eddie curry.If you go three or four years with drafting guys like balkman,chandler and ariza and god forbid a couple of lottery picks. Isaiha is not the problem it's Dolan and by the way Marbury was a good move at the time that a lot of people would have made at the time but just turned out to be a mistake. Jared Jefferies and Jerome James same thing just did not work out. NOW try something challenging like defending this team
How stupid are you? Jeffries and James weren't even good signings at the time. James got his payday off 1 decent playoff series and Jefferies never accomplished anything in the NBA, yet Isiah lauded him as an elite defensive player with pretty much nothing to base that on. Except for maybe Channing Frye all of his draft picks have been spent on players who are nothing more than role players and passed on future stars like Andrew Bynum. Meanwhile he trades the Knicks only reasonable contract in Kurt Thomas to the Suns for Quentin Richardson an injury prone shot happy player with a ridiculous contract. Any time the guy got an expiring contract on his hands he traded it for worse contract further compounding the salary cap mess. And what about this Zack Randolph disaster? 1 slow big man who posts up from the left side and can't play defense wasn't enough? Anyone who defends Isiah has their head so far into the sand it's not even funny. Get a clue.
Mr Dolan

Woodside, NY

#26 Feb 17, 2008
Cali Islander wrote:
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How stupid are you? Jeffries and James weren't even good signings at the time. James got his payday off 1 decent playoff series and Jefferies never accomplished anything in the NBA, yet Isiah lauded him as an elite defensive player with pretty much nothing to base that on. Except for maybe Channing Frye all of his draft picks have been spent on players who are nothing more than role players and passed on future stars like Andrew Bynum. Meanwhile he trades the Knicks only reasonable contract in Kurt Thomas to the Suns for Quentin Richardson an injury prone shot happy player with a ridiculous contract. Any time the guy got an expiring contract on his hands he traded it for worse contract further compounding the salary cap mess. And what about this Zack Randolph disaster? 1 slow big man who posts up from the left side and can't play defense wasn't enough? Anyone who defends Isiah has their head so far into the sand it's not even funny. Get a clue.
I'm playing as the opener for the opener at Webster Hall tomorrow night. They're paying us $1,000 up front, plus 5% of the door from 6 PM to 8PM - as the lead singer, that's like $2,500 straight up. Now I'm supposed to get all worked up over a few extra tens of millions wasted. OK. What am I, an idiot?

“YANKS 27 Time World Champions”

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#27 Feb 17, 2008
BigHands27 wrote:
Thomas hasn't done a thing right since he hung up his sneakers!
He was over rated when he had his sneakers on...
john

Bronx, NY

#28 Feb 18, 2008
alan,
nba trade deadline is coming, so knick ideas:

eddy curry to the heat for the expiring contracts of: jason williams & ricky davis?

eddy curry to the sonics for the expiring contracts of: dolonte west & chris wilcox?

eddy curry to the kings for the expiring contracts of: ron artest & fransisco garcia?

zach randolph to the nuggets for there expiring contracts

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