Knicks blow another lead in 99-93 loss to Spurs

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Michael Finley made the tying 3-pointer with 0.4 seconds left in regulation and the San Antonio Spurs dominated overtime Friday night in a 99-93 victory over the New York Knicks, who matched a season high with ... Full Story
Isiah Dolan

Lodi, NJ

#1 Feb 9, 2008
Don't worry folks, even 22 games below .500, we still have a chance for the playoffs in the eastern conference...and please buy a bottle of my miracle cure, guaranteed to make you believe everything i say.
Charles Dolan

Woodbury Heights, NJ

#2 Feb 9, 2008
I for one think that management is doing a GREAT job. Heck, the Knicks have shown terrific progress by taking the Spurs to OT during their 7 game losing streak, so let's give Isiah another extension like we did last year just before the team took a nose dive that would make a kamikaze pilot proud.

At this rate, Isiah will have the Knicks to .400 around the year 2025 and may become a .500 team by 2050, which he undoubtedly will describe as "ahead of schedule", and assuming that he doesn't give any more of our Top 10 lottery picks away. You have to give them some credit though. The Knicks lead the league in underachieving, overpaid players. Congratulations to Isiah and Little Jimmy on a job well done!
Joe

Ridge, NY

#3 Feb 9, 2008
If the Knicks can beat a good team for three quarters, there should be no reason why they can't do it for a whole game. But they can't.
hmmmmmm

Bronx, NY

#4 Feb 9, 2008
"Knicks blow another lead in 99-93 loss to Spurs"

why not simplify the story headline to "KNICKS BLOW!"
Muhammad

Forest Hills, NY

#5 Feb 9, 2008
Thanks Magic Johnson for recommending Isiah..
Memo to Steve Mills: Just because they were great players on the court doesn't mean they know what the hell's going on from a coach's persepective..
Mike

Washingtonville, PA

#6 Feb 9, 2008
There was a basketball game last night? I thought the circus was in town again,
be a fan

Forest Hills, NY

#7 Feb 9, 2008
listen, be a fan not a damn hater. you know if they all of a sudden come with a 20 game win streak and surprise the whole NBA you would be in love with the team. STOP BEIN HATERS NEW YORK!!!!!!!!! lets GoOo KniCks!◄■
Little Patrick Ewing

Orlando, FL

#8 Feb 9, 2008
Please keep being haters. Keep the heat on this joke of a organization and force them to make changes.We fans pay a lot of money and deserve a better product. I love my Knicks but I hate the two jerks running the show!
BrkmB

Raleigh, NC

#9 Feb 9, 2008
Little Patrick Ewing wrote:
Please keep being haters. Keep the heat on this joke of a organization and force them to make changes.We fans pay a lot of money and deserve a better product. I love my Knicks but I hate the two jerks running the show!
I agree - the reason the Knicks got to this point was because we haven't been hard enough on them - people are still going to games and therefore there's no reason for them to change anything as long as they still make $$$$$$$$.

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