A sad season has come to an end for K...

A sad season has come to an end for Knicks' Curry

There are 10 comments on the Newsday story from Apr 5, 2009, titled A sad season has come to an end for Knicks' Curry. In it, Newsday reports that:

Though his season essentially is over, Eddy Curry still is welcome to travel with the Knicks and blow off the team's training staff for workouts, as he has done several times this season.

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United States

#1 Apr 6, 2009
Oh Great!!!!! So Q-Brick the snitch aka the professional bricklayer is going to push Curry to do better?????? That's the blind leading the blind.

Who's gonna push his bum azz to stop shooting under 40% each year!!!!!!! Knicks are a joke!!!!
James E

Milford, CT

#2 Apr 6, 2009
Is it me or are all these guys enormous? Wonder why none of them ever used steroids.

South San Francisco, CA

#3 Apr 6, 2009
Curry, if he has the iota of pride will come back in the shape of his life.

If not... that will be his legacy a dude that could have been a monster in the league but chose twinkies and vacations over being in the NBA.

I hope the guy does it...we need a (near) 7 foot guy who can own the paint (albeit only one one side of the court).
ha ha

Woodhaven, NY

#4 Apr 6, 2009
Q-Snitch giving advice to Curry?


I betcha - the reason Curry travels with the team, even tho neither playing nor working out, is because he has a girl (or boy) in each NBA city - and probably other kids, too.

But he's nice to have around in the locker room ..........
anthony morris

Las Vegas, NV

#5 Apr 6, 2009
All I have to say is damn get of his back I'M I THE ONLY that see's his hurting he is human and has feelings eddie suck it up I know its hard but I know you can do it grow some thick skin work hard this off season use everything bad as your fuel if you have to fuck the world worried about your son do it for him and you self surpise everyone you could be a monster in this system suck it up eddie your still a great player believe in your self
fat lazy millionaire

Jackson, NJ

#6 Apr 6, 2009
how can anyone feel badly for someone who is paid millions of guaranteed dollars to perform but refuses to work for it? his knees would be doing a lot better if he lost some weight, but why bother--he's already been paid. of course, he has time to spend countless hours sitting in a chair getting tattoos. and now he wants ANOTHER contract which he'll receive, then proceed not to earn. and to anthony morris, good luck with your english lessons.
Swami Dev

Brooklyn, NY

#8 Apr 6, 2009
I know this won't be a popular statement on a sports board but Curry, from a distance, seems to have all the signs of clinical depression.

It's very treatable and is something both he and the Knicks should consider before they assume he's just a useless fat f**k.

Ocala, FL

#10 Apr 6, 2009
I agree with Alan Hahn about Thabeet, he doesn't look like a top 5 pick should. Never mind that he falls down too much, he just didn't have the competitive fire of a Mutomumbo or a Ewing, not even close. He is young and may grow into that but he played afraid to lose. The great players have the look in their eye that they are not going lose, not that their afraid to.

Better off picking up Aldrich and trading next years first for Minnesota's or OK's late first round and trying to pick up BJ Mullins or Ty lawson ( I agree with you on Lawson too Alan, that's twice in the same article, talking about your blog here.) Anyhow keep Lee wait for Bosh, to see if his Knee is better and then make a decision on 2010 if he is still around.

And don't forget about Johnny Flynn of Syracuse, he might even be better than Ty, more explosive and younger with more upside. In any case if the Knicks trade their 2010 1rst rounder they should get a descent player all the way to the 35th pick or so, there is going to be a pt. guard there or someone will drop.

If nothing else we can pick up Tyler Hansborough, although I think he will have a real tough time in the NBA with his half hook and no jump ability. He'd be a good practice player, prove me wrong Tyler, I want to be wrong, you work too hard.

Edwardsville, IL

#12 Apr 8, 2009
If he'd spend more time focusing on the NBA, instead of:

1) Cheating on his wife
2) Making 2 babies NOT by your wife
3) Going to court to remove a child from the only family he knows, after his mother and your baby were murdered, AND THEN GIVING HIM TO YOUR MOTHER INSTEAD OF RAISING HIM YOURSELF! I guess getting all of the tattoos were more important than providing care for your surviving son.

You are a ruthless, heartless individual who deserves to get kicked out of the NBA.

Schuylkill Haven, PA

#13 Apr 9, 2009
he dont get down like that

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