New York Knicks: Point Guard Crazy
The New York Knicks are obviously not satisfied with just having Chris Duhon as their only steady point guard on the roster... The New York Knicks are obviously not satisfied with just having Chris Duhon as their only steady point guard on the roster.
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#1 Aug 21, 2009
The Knicks need to STOP....they got a young FA PG that is more creative and athletic than Duhon.
Nate showed more promise than all the list of candidates they check out this summer.
The Knicks should be going crazy for a SG to play alongside of Duhon or Nate....SG-Crawful 42 mpg played a very huge role in the Knicks 23 win seasons.
And SG-Larry Hughes performance on his previous two teams..........
#2 Aug 22, 2009
they should have gotten sebastian telfair to play point guard in new york. he plays well in the garden, just check out is stats in the garden
#3 Aug 26, 2009
Telfair messed up a decent career in the NBA, by not spending 2 to 4 years in college learning how to gain leadership and confidence from his teammates.
The PG position means much more than dribbling and passing the ball....it means getting coaches and teammates confidence in u to run the point.
Telfair is missing that part of his B-Ball Game.
#4 Sep 3, 2009
thats funny, seeing as how, every time, sebastian telfair played agaisnt the knicks, they had no answer for him, his career average agaisnt the knicks is pretty damm good, just goggle it and check it out. he seems to be quite at home playing in the garden. i seen every game he played agaisnt the knicks and he always seem to have his way with them. and thats fact.
#5 Sep 3, 2009
all this talk about a decent career, sebastian telfair could of had. u seem to forget. this is his 5th year in the nba. and a lot people can not say that. and nba teams around the league, seem to think so too.
#6 Sep 4, 2009
Telfair is a NBA product that showed he been missing a decent advisors, guidance, and professional training at his position.
Telfair should have been a Rookie in the NBA last year....meaning he needed 4 years in college to refine his B-Ball talent.
The Knicks are fine at the PG position as long as they resigned Nate Robinson, whom will invest his time and talents in making Duhon have a decent season, and rookie Douglas get off to a decent start in the NBA.
That is a "TRIO" of PG inwhich two (Nate & Douglas) are energy combo-guards.
The Knicks are without a starting & backup SG to go with the creative trio of PG (Duhon, Nate, Douglas).
SG-Larry Hughes is an ending contract which may have an outstanding season this year, but he is not worth a nickle to a penny to resign as a Knick.
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