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Since: Oct 06

Chicago, IL

#1 Dec 5, 2006
Here's your chance to talk Knicks basketball with other fans. Post your comments below.
Drew Brown Bundini

Brooklyn, NY

#2 Dec 5, 2006
Great game last night. With a defender like Jefferies coming back in a week it should get easier to close games out like last night. Curry is looking good. Luckily Isiah did not give up on a 23 year old when all the NY Sport "experts" were more than ready too. NOw if Crawford can be more consistent and less all or nothing (0 FGs) last night. BTW I don't know if Starks ONE dunk on MJ and Scottie qualifies him to be on the floor with Ewning and Frazier..
donII

Fort Huachuca, AZ

#5 Dec 6, 2006
what the hell is ol zeke thinking?!?!?!?!? how do u sit lee for frye?!?!?!?! let frye ride the pine so the game can come to him his been in struggle mode since the season started had maybe 1 good game. plus he needs the ball alot to be productive. u don't want to take the ball from Q or curry at least not right now.
DBB

Brooklyn, NY

#6 Dec 6, 2006
Sitting Lee makes perfect sense when Jefferies is ready. the alternative is Q-rich the best player right now. That also puts Lee back on 2nd unit, where he exceled, with Frye, Balkman and Nate. 4 guys that like to run. Sounds like a perfect plan. With all the small lineups Knicks face JJ hasn't played but he will be needed the next time Pacers, Heat and Texas teams are played. Also even though he's 23 Curry can't play 42 minutes EVERY night. Atlantic Division is wide open. Curry and team is playing better every night. I'm not sure what game these other post-ers are watching
Charly Starks

Brooklyn, NY

#7 Dec 6, 2006
I'm feeling these boys! I think Isaiah is making all the right moves but the NY media has made its mind up to do everything to run him out of town. Watch these boys nightly and you'll start to believe the Spring will be EXCITING!
True Knick Fan

Brooklyn, NY

#8 Dec 6, 2006
Really poor effort tonight on defense. This team just doesn't defend the perimeter at all. It's been our biggest problem so far this season. You'd think by now this would have been realized and corrected, 20 games into the season. Washington is a much better team than they showed in 1st game but they're not as good as they looked in this one eiher. Had a lot more to do with Knicks poor defensive effort tonight.
DBB

Brooklyn, NY

#9 Dec 7, 2006
Not much you can do when opposing team hits 14 3 pointers. Wizards are good team with a lot of streaky shooters that make team look unbeatable when they're on. Crawford's on a major down streak. It's clear that those that attend the games at MSG don't have a clue what they're watching. Team plays hard, competes doesn't give up (unlike last year) and the "fans" still come down on the team at first sign of adversity. It appears that MSG fans being some of the most knowledgable about the sport also ended in the 90's'. You pay your money you do as you want but.. I agree Charly, the media has set the tone like J Howard's article on Marbury and the mineless ones follow like lemmings to the sea...
NYK

Arvada, CO

#10 Dec 7, 2006
They are horrible. It's time to clean house!
NYK

Arvada, CO

#11 Dec 7, 2006
It's time to let the entire coacjing staff go and find a basketball man to get rid of the deadwood and rebuild.
knick fan

Plymouth, MN

#12 Dec 7, 2006
knowlegable fans at msg? not any more, not these current fans. fans at games and mike breen need to wake up. knicks were leading against grizzlies the whole game and you could here a pin drop and breen complaining. but when grizzlies made a run they started booing. c'mon are you for the knicks or not. this team is not perfect but they hustle & play hard. they have a bright future. go knicks.
knick fan

Plymouth, MN

#13 Dec 7, 2006
these current knick fans are garbage and lazy. only arena where they boo all the time and don't cheer when team is in lead. example memphis game. there is no home court advantage. team should play home games in florida where they would get support.
booooooooo knick fans.
knick fan

Plymouth, MN

#14 Dec 7, 2006
ny media are bums. give isaih & knicks some room to breath take month vacation or something. they rather go back to scott layden days.
MIZ BROOKLYN

New York, NY

#15 Dec 7, 2006
NO EFFORT....NEED HEART???
Ricky D

Monroe, LA

#16 Dec 8, 2006
Isiah against the Fan? Those that chant 'Fire Isiah' have every right to say so. I for one agree with them. The sooner the better!!!
NYK

Arvada, CO

#17 Dec 8, 2006
I see Francis is out indefinitly thats good he's no help any way. Hopefully Starbury will follow suit and disappear as well. These 2 are part of the problem
knick fan

Plymouth, MN

#18 Dec 8, 2006
garden fans overrated
Steve C

Schaumburg, IL

#19 Dec 8, 2006
Barely 1/4 of the way into the season and all the drama queens are freaking out. Where were they last year when Brown was busy tanking the team with 42 different starting lineups? The fact of the matter is this team has improved considerably since last year and they'll be even better when Jeffries and Frye are back. And anyone who expected this to be the year that the Knicks march to the championship in the midst of a rebuilding program, has got more serious issues than this team. And if Isiah is dumb enough to start talking playoffs again, then he truly deserves what he gets at the end of the season when he doesn't deliver.
nyy-nyk fan since 1970

Canyon Country, CA

#20 Dec 8, 2006
I was disappointed with the Knicks last game vs The Wizards.The loss, not the effort, Washington was super hot,Arenas had to break out of his slump on the road and so did the team as a whole.Unfortunately it came against us. Commenting on the injury list JJeffries,JJames,Frye and now Steve.Does anyone else think we should sign a player or 2 or should we roll with what we have?We've got to pull it together at home and the fans need to quit with the booing.Just like the booing of AROD hurt the Yankees,the booing of the team is hurting our record.If we had the record most teams had a home,there would be little to no complaining.
nyy-nyk fan since 1970

Canyon Country, CA

#21 Dec 8, 2006
PS wish we could get Iverson.I'd only have Curry as an untouchable.I know AI comes with baggage however he can close a game,something I think we really need.
Steve C

Schaumburg, IL

#22 Dec 8, 2006
True Knick you would have thought that somebody, if not Isiah, would have at least read the scouting report on Washington, which should have stated that they're basically a perimeter shooting team. We dodged a bullet the first time only because their shots weren't dropping. This time was a different story.

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