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    OT: Knicks down 40+ in Boston

    3 quarters done...Celtics 82, Knicks 41.

    What an embarassment. Isiah needs to go as coach and GM. However, the bigger problem is Dolan.

    This is just embarassing though. It's on TNT right now.

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    I.....I just can't take it anymore. I really thought we started building something last year, but it's all a farce, a few players gave me my first glimmer of hope in such a long time, and I overrated them as a result.

    I give up, until Dolan's gone I just don't know if I have it in me anymore, this has been going on almost a full decade now, I've put in my time, and I can't do it anymore.

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    to think I was actually excited for the Knicks this season, for the first time in ages...thank god for hockey.

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    The Dolans have to be the worst owners in sports. The Knicks are a mess and this whole thing needs to be blown up and restarted. However, with Dolan there I don't know if there's a solution. Isiah getting fired might be a start.

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    I ride with them.

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    and to think that the knicks were on a winning streak!

    funny thing is they have basically played against the reserves all second half

    just pathetic

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    What's up with those ugly ass jersey's the Celt's are wearing? Black has no business in their uni's.

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    Quote Originally Posted by RutgersJetFan View Post
    I.....I just can't take it anymore. I really thought we started building something last year, but it's all a farce, a few players gave me my first glimmer of hope in such a long time, and I overrated them as a result.

    I give up, until Dolan's gone I just don't know if I have it in me anymore, this has been going on almost a full decade now, I've put in my time, and I can't do it anymore.
    quitters never win...

    you = loser

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    Quote Originally Posted by CTM View Post
    quitters never win...

    you = loser
    I'm not quitting on the Knicks, I'm quitting on Dolan.

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    Quote Originally Posted by BlueDevilJet29 View Post
    The Dolans have to be the worst owners in sports. The Knicks are a mess and this whole thing needs to be blown up and restarted. However, with Dolan there I don't know if there's a solution. Isiah getting fired might be a start.
    The thing is the Dolans should be good owners. They spend a fortune on the team every year which is what you want from an owner. James Dolans problem is he is pigheaded with these terrible personnel decisions and hates the fact that the media criticizes him and the organization and he doesnt act in the best interest of the franchise instead taking the criticism personally and giving a bog middle finger to the rest of the world.

    The problem starts with Isiah who is the worst GM in the NBA, though I still think the Zach Randolph trade was a good one. I think even the Knick blinders are going away from the most ardent supporters in regards to Isiah and the roster he built. I think they could leave Thomas as coach but he has to be stripped of his decision making power. If the team could take Rod Thorn from the Nets or bring in a guy like Jerry West who brings credibility to an operation they would get started in the right direction. After that a decision has to be made on a coach that is going to stay in place for at least a few years whether its Thomas or someone else. If they could ever convince Jeff Van Gundy to come back it would be a really good move for the team, but I think he hates the owner so its unlikely that would happen.

    After that its time to gut the whole team and start over. Buy out Marbury. Trade guys like Curry and Crawford. There has to be some value in them. Trade Nate robinson if you can. I think fans will deal with a team of Q-Rich, David Lee, Zach Randolph, Renaldo Balkman, etc...and getting a high draft choice for a change.

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    Marv Albert said it best...

    "This is the lowest point in franchise history."

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    They didn't really only score 41 through 3 full quarters did they?

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    Quote Originally Posted by Buzzsaw View Post
    They didn't really only score 41 through 3 full quarters did they?
    Yeah.

    Yeah, they really did.

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    after 3 games i was ready for the playoffs....what a disappointment

    oh well...Go Knicks

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    Quote Originally Posted by fullblast View Post
    What's up with those ugly ass jersey's the Celt's are wearing? Black has no business in their uni's.
    they are called alternates and they are actually very nice.

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    Quote Originally Posted by RutgersJetFan View Post
    Yeah.

    Yeah, they really did.
    Trade the roster for the Harlem Globetrotters. They'd still lose by 40+ but they'd put on a show.

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    Quote Originally Posted by WayneChrebet View Post
    they are called alternates and they are actually very nice.
    The Celtics should never, ever have alternate jerseys. Green & White, that's it. It's like if the Yankees had alternate jerseys, it just doesn't work.

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    Alternate jerseys are the worst

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    Jump on the Nets bandwagon. They play exciting basketball and although not a great team, much better than the knicks.

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    Hey the Knicks are paying a team that is proving to truly be elite!

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