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Knicks Really?

irving10
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Knicks Really?

The Knicks just lost last night to the BUCKS. For crying out loud the cavs don't even lose to the Bucks. Melo has been putting up decent numbers and he was the one who scored 62 about a week or two ago. The Knicks wee in the playoffs last year. I don't know who is holding them back but my thoughts are that the coach is doing really nothing to help and they're is no one to lead the team. Everybody on that team plays great there is just no one to lead them, either melo gotta step up or get a leader and plus COACH your team is struggling please DO SOMETHING!


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Oops

Guys sorry bout posting two forum topics I don't know why it happened. Sorry again!

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Firing Woodson wouldn't solve

Firing Woodson wouldn't solve anything. The Knicks are stuck with awful contracts and no real point guard to facilitate the offense.

Of course, we have Dolan at the healm. He'll probably fire Woodson as a way to pacify the fanbase without any real alternative. Sigh... I use to have Mikey Dolan as my profile picture- now I don't think it's funny anymore to have the worst owner in American sports.

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It's entirely Dolan's fault.

It's not entirely Dolan's fault. The GM is supposed to present good options to contend. He suggested Bargnani, which of course has not been great, but there has been bad luck with injuries.

I don't think the roster is the worst. It really hurts them when Chandler and Prigioni are not healthy and it shows.

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It might not be 100% Dolan's

It might not be 100% Dolan's fault, but it's in the high 80s percentile. When you look back over the past 10 years, Dolan is clearly the root of the problem.

I know the Isaiah years are long behind us, but after Dolan let that mess drag on for years- the burden of proof is on him to show that he's even mildly competant.

He's been notorious as someone who is impatient about team building, and has been a stubborn b!tch about letting the analytics community into management. He didn't hire Steve Mills until September of 2013. Obviously Dolan doesn't make the day-to-day decisions. But when he's had to step up and decide which direction management was heading, he's goofed. I'm convinced that Dolan will go down in history as Top 5 worst owners in American sports history.

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If Woodson did go, you wonder

If Woodson did go, you wonder who would turn them around. George Karl is available and had a winning team every year he had Melo in Denver but would he want the hassle of the Knicks job I wonder.

Chandler's absence this season has hurt the Knicks plus STAT is almost a none enternity now but still on $20 million a year. The team always looks a bit disfunctional with 3 guards, Melo and Chandler often the starting line up with some veteran bigs, young bigs and an on/off chucker in JR Smith on the bench.

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