Put down the snacks and try... you showed that you were a starting center and the league and showed flashes of good, but you chose the food and to be lazy, talk to Dan Marino and he can put you on Jenny Craig and that will help you. You will be traded so make the best of your fresh start
Heres some of your flashes
Here is the website, you can talk to someone there for free take the advice http://www.jennycraig.com/?dfa=1
lol Telling Eddy Curry to lose weight will only get this reply from him
We all have exactly 1 month to get enough money together to get him a treadmill... This is turning into a charity
We would have to get on that race horses run on because he would break my standard runner...
His career is done, it's a shame he was a good offensive center. It drove me a little crazy how weak of a rebounder he was for his size, and he had a lot of holes in his game, still he managed to put up 19 and 7 one year. He could have been a 20/10 guy with his abilities. Dude is gonna get Big Country fat when he retires.
Doenst anyone think that he could still be effective on a team that plays at a slow pace.. Like super slow.. I can think of a team that has a need at C and plays super super slow..
CHOUGH COUGH!! bobcats CHOUGH COUGH!!
Actually Eddy Curry is skinnier now than he was in those videos...it really is a shame what happened to his career because he has the potential to be a top 5 center in this league, but laziness along with some awful luck and off court tragedy has really put his career in jeopardy. I am rooting for this guy because apparently he is actually a very nice person that just doesn't have the love for the game like you should to be dominant in this league. Hopefully he realizes this is his last shot....
this was him last fall...
I felt the same way about curry he could score but he didnt do anything else good like play defense and rebound. I always thought that when he and chandler were together if you could combine them into one person total that would be an amazing center. Cause chandler did everything that curry didnt do and curry could score in the post easily.
I played in college with one of Eddy Curry's high school teammates, so I got to meet him a few times. He was really nice, but he struck me as a lazy guy who was content with what he had.
I guess I'm not surprised his NBA career has turned out the way it has.
be mvp ....................
in competitive eating
I posted about Eddy yesterday, it seems like you think the same as me. When the f*ck is he going to play again????
As usuall some of your are lost.
Here's some real information.
Trainer: Don't expect Curry to slim down to 285
Originally published: July 18, 2009 3:57 PM
By ALAN HAHN [email protected]
LAS VEGAS - Eddy Curry showed he has his weight and his game back under control during a two-day visit to the NBA Summer League. But his personal strength coach, Thomas Weatherspoon, emphasized that the Knicks should not expect him to show up for training camp at his fictitiously listed weight of 285.
"Honestly, when coaches are saying he has to get back to 285, they're delusional," said Weatherspoon, who came with Curry for a midsummer progress report. "They don't have a clue; that's not where he can go. If he goes back to 285, that would make him a scrawny kid. One of the things we're doing is adding more muscle now."
Curry weighs 328, Weatherspoon said, 30 pounds lighter than when he started a strict diet and fitness regimen in late May. For the first five days of the program, Curry was limited to fresh-squeezed juices and broths while he went through a cycle of a colon-cleansing product. He lost 15 pounds from that alone.
Madison Square Garden chairman James Dolan attended yesterday's practice at Valley High and saw the progress of one of his highest-paid athletes. For a second day, Curry participated in full-court drills with the Knicks' summer league team and looked to be in good form. He will not play with the team, which begins its schedule Tuesday.
Although Donnie Walsh and Mike D'Antoni are outwardly pleased by the 6-11 center's recommitment, there were still a few caution flags. Curry arrived knowing he was expected to be on the court but did not bring sneakers. He borrowed assistant coach Herb Williams' Nikes for both practices. Williams stood in Curry's flip-flops on the sideline.
It also is curious that the team agreed to essentially outsource the work to Weatherspoon and another trainer, Long Island-based Jerry Powell, rather than use its own staff to get Curry into shape. But for Curry, there seems to be more of a trust with Weatherspoon, who has more than 20 years' experience training athletes in the NFL, NBA and Major League Baseball. Basketball attache William "Worldwide Wes" Wesley brought Weatherspoon and Powell to Curry.
Weatherspoon arranged for a personal chef - Chef Jeff - to make all of Curry's meals and had a strength and conditioning program that involved a lot of work in a pool and muscle development. They will spend the rest of the offseason in Ocean City, N.J., where Curry's regimen will continue until training camp starts in late September.
Should the Knicks expect an even lighter Curry by then? Not quite, Weatherspoon said. The goal for the next six weeks, in theory, is to replace the fat with muscle. "Re-sculpting the body," Weatherspoon says.
So the actual weight goal, he said, is between 300 to 315 pounds by training camp.
During the 2009 off-season Curry began working with a trainer on a fitness and weight-loss regimen. As of mid-July he had reportedly lost 30 pounds, but according to the trainer it would be "delusional" for coaches to think he could get down to his listed weight of 285 pounds.
Out for Season Mar. 29, 2010
Season Likely Done Mar. 29, 2010
Doubtful for Friday Mar. 19, 2010
Misses Monday's Game Mar. 15, 2010
Doubtful For Monday Mar. 15, 2010
Out Saturday Mar. 13, 2010
Out Wednesday Mar. 10, 2010
Game-Time Decision Mar. 10, 2010
Will Return Wednesday Mar. 6, 2010
Could Return Saturday Mar. 5, 2010
Returns to Practice Mar. 2, 2010
Close to Returning Mar. 1, 2010
Undergoes Surgery Jan. 18, 2010
Out Six Weeks Jan. 18, 2010
Misses Practice Jan. 3, 2010
Unlikely to Rejoin Knicks Rotation Dec. 29, 2009
Returns to Action Friday Dec. 12, 2009
Practices Wednesday Dec. 9, 2009
Targeting Friday Return Dec. 9, 2009
Dresses But Doesn't Play Dec. 8, 2009
Expected to Suit Up Dec. 7, 2009
Returns to Practice Dec. 5, 2009
(Knee) DNP Sunday Nov. 29, 2009
Knee: Out Friday, Proabable for Sunday Nov. 27, 2009
Makes Season Debut Nov. 19, 2009
Could Play Wednesday Nov. 16, 2009
Returns to Practice Nov. 10, 2009
Returning to Practice Nov. 9, 2009
Could Practice Soon Nov. 8, 2009
Could Return to Practice Oct. 29, 2009
Doubtful for Season Opener Oct. 6, 2009
Could Miss a Week Sep. 30, 2009
Curry Strains Calf in Opening Scrimmage Sep. 29, 2009
Loses 40 Pounds Sep. 29, 2009
Sheds Another Ten Pounds Aug. 13, 2009
Slimmer and Active Jul. 13, 2009
Knicks Want to See Him Jul. 10, 2009
Heading to weight loss clinic Apr. 20, 2009
Out for the Season Apr. 5, 2009
More playing time coming? Mar. 30, 2009
(Knee) Plays Saturday Mar. 29, 2009
Finally ready to go Mar. 27, 2009
Back with team Mar. 21, 2009
Dressed with Nowhere to Go Mar. 8, 2009
(Knee) Practices, but Unlikely to Play Mar. 7, 2009
(Knee) Participates in Walk-Through Feb. 17, 2009
(Knee) Wants to Play This Season Feb. 11, 2009
(Knee) With Team, Not Practicing Feb. 5, 2009
Will Return to Team Feb. 3, 2009
Leave of Absence Jan. 27, 2009
Excused From Team Jan. 26, 2009
Misses Thursday's Practice Jan. 16, 2009
(Knee) Misses Wednesday's Game Jan. 15, 2009
Law Suit Filed Jan. 13, 2009
Misses Monday's Game Jan. 12, 2009
(Knee) Sits Out Practice Jan. 12, 2009
DNP Saturday Jan. 11, 2009
(Knee) May Play Saturday Jan. 10, 2009
(Knee) Thursday Debut Jan. 8, 2009
(Knee) Could Play Tuesday Jan. 6, 2009
(Knee) Returns to Practice Jan. 4, 2009
(Knee) Will Practice on Road Trip Jan. 3, 2009
(Knee) Not Ready This Week Dec. 30, 2008
(Knee) Nearing Return to Practice Dec. 23, 2008
(Knee) Improving Dec. 22, 2008
(Knee) To Undergo More Shots Dec. 4, 2008
(Knee) Cortisone Shot Nov. 9, 2008
Bruised Right Knee Nov. 2, 2008
Won't Be in Knicks' Rotation Oct. 28, 2008
Ill at Halftime Oct. 15, 2008
Plans to Play Tuesday Oct. 13, 2008
DNP-CD Oct. 11, 2008
Practiced for first time this season Oct. 6, 2008
Out Through Weekend Oct. 3, 2008
Bacterial Infection Oct. 1, 2008
Out of Shape Sep. 26, 2008
Season Over Mar. 14, 2008
Will Miss Monday's Game at Dallas Mar. 9, 2008
Sidelined With Sore Knee Mar. 8, 2008
Team-High 23 Points Mar. 8, 2008
Sees More Floor Time Feb. 25, 2008
Out of Rotation? Feb. 23, 2008
Knicks Lose by 40 Feb. 21, 2008
Back in Action Feb. 4, 2008
Sits Out Again Feb. 3, 2008
Questionable for Saturday Feb. 2, 2008
Missed Friday's Shootaround Feb. 1, 2008
Leaves Game With Flu Jan. 30, 2008
Big Game in Loss Jan. 5, 2008
Back in Starting Lineup Jan. 2, 2008
Comes Off Bench Sunday Dec. 30, 2007
Foul Trouble Dec. 26, 2007
Headed for the Bench? Dec. 24, 2007
Early Foul Trouble Dec. 20, 2007
Bounces Back Dec. 16, 2007
Returns to Starting Lineup Dec. 7, 2007
Should Play Friday Dec. 6, 2007
Curry Sidelined with Sprained Ankle Dec. 5, 2007
Game-time Decision With Sprained Ankle Dec. 5, 2007
Busts Out of Slump Dec. 2, 2007
Coach Wants Defensive Impact Dec. 2, 2007
Losing His Grip On the Starting Job? Nov. 14, 2007
Scored 24 Points in Victory Nov. 7, 2007
As Many Turnovers as Points Oct. 25, 2007
Plays With Brace Oct. 18, 2007
Back at Practice Oct. 16, 2007
Cleared For Contact Drills Oct. 14, 2007
Shoots at Friday's Practice Oct. 13, 2007
Could Debut at Boston Oct. 12, 2007
Expected Back For the Opener Oct. 9, 2007
May Miss the Preseason Oct. 8, 2007
MRI Reveals Shoulder Tear Oct. 8, 2007
Injures Shoulder Oct. 7, 2007
Acknowledges Randolph is Team's No. 1 Option Oct. 7, 2007
Right Calf Injury Oct. 4, 2007
didnt they say that like the last three years?
Not sure thats just what i seen, he's just not in shape or at least wasn't.
Its not just about being fat he's been heavy before but carried the weight enough to play well.