Offense problematic in Knicks' loss

Offense problematic in Knicks' loss

There are 1 comment on the Newsday story from Oct 31, 2008, titled Offense problematic in Knicks' loss. In it, Newsday reports that:

Perhaps if Stephon Marbury were 7 feet tall, he could have helped the Knicks Friday night.

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Low Class Knicks

Woodbury Heights, NJ

#1 Nov 1, 2008
As they say, an organization is rotten from the head down. It takes a lot to make Mebury the sympathetic character but the Knicks managed to do it.

As for D'Antoni, he's not that good a coach. He had terrific players in Phoenix and his system buckled when it really counted. If anyone thought beating the Heat was a sign of good things to come, they're fooling themselves. Same old Knicks. Crawford will get hot and win a few games, but more often than not, the team is in the cr@pper!

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