KNICKS: Ewing Jr. acquired for rights to Weis

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Patrick Ewing said his number would come out of retirement if his son, Patrick Jr., ever became a Knick.
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thomas

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#1
Aug 30, 2008
 
so memphis would take on randolph right after clearing space by letting Gasol go for chump change. What? When did it become memphis's job to be on the losing end of lop-sided trades?
sactown

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Aug 30, 2008
 
what do the king want to patrick jr. hi just Averaged 6.1 points and 4.2 rebounds per game as a senior for the Hoyas. so what the point of drafting him while infact there also a good player like king could just draft Richard Hendrix 17 ppg 10.1 reb or shan foster 20.3ppg and 4.9 reb. thanks for the kings they trade the useless patrick jr but i hope hi cloud be a nice nba player i wish you yhe best
MBE18

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Aug 30, 2008
 
They should have kept Balkman!!!
VOR

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Aug 30, 2008
 
This is only a PR move, like the days when they would have a ton of rounds, and spend the bottom rounds drafting local colleg eplayers.

They may have well traded Al Weis, and the deal would have gone through.
B-Ball

New Windsor, NY

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Aug 30, 2008
 
Medford wrote:
Get some white players, I can't se these b-lack play when the light go dim in the garden
White men can't jump plus the garden would smell like wet dogs.
DBB

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Sep 1, 2008
 
MBE18 wrote:
They should have kept Balkman!!!
In the new coaches system the ball moves and anyone who's open needs to be able to shoot, not just drive to the basket.

that's why no Balkman (and Chandler's better) and it's also why Lee's spot isn't guranteed.
DBB

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Sep 1, 2008
 
VOR wrote:
This is only a PR move, like the days when they would have a ton of rounds, and spend the bottom rounds drafting local colleg eplayers.
They may have well traded Al Weis, and the deal would have gone through.
Ewing is a younger and more athletic Malik Rose who can defend the perimiter. Something that has always been a recent Knick weakness... how many times did teams reverse the ball and get wide open 3ees
PeteL

United States

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Sep 3, 2008
 
At least they finally got something out of Weis.

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