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    LeBron, the Jets, and Woody

    LBJ decides not to sign with the Knicks. A strong possibility for this decision is the presence of one James Dolan, CEO of MSG. As a Knick fan I am disappointed that LeBron does not come to the Knicks however still feel that with a few strategic moves the Knicks can improve greatly and rebuild the franchise. Then I think about Dolan and his decision to dispatch Isiah Thomas in a last ditch attempt to lure James and I realize that the odds are very much against it.

    On the positive side, and as a Jets fan, I am also reminded that Dolan bid on the Jets after Leon Hess's death in the late 90's. This bid failed while Woody Johnson become owner. I can't say I have agreed with everything Woody has done however I think most of us would agree that he has built a solid organization and an upper echelon team and franchise in his tenure.

    So now I have my silver lining, it could be worse, Dolan and MSG could have owned the Jets and my falls and winters would have been shot. Therefore I am grateful to Woody.

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    ummm... did you not notice the plethora of lebron threads that got moved to an appropriate forum?

    Thanx, BTW to the mod.

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    Quote Originally Posted by JetsPrisoner12 View Post
    LBJ decides not to sign with the Knicks. A strong possibility for this decision is the presence of one James Dolan, CEO of MSG. As a Knick fan I am disappointed that LeBron does not come to the Knicks however still feel that with a few strategic moves the Knicks can improve greatly and rebuild the franchise. Then I think about Dolan and his decision to dispatch Isiah Thomas in a last ditch attempt to lure James and I realize that the odds are very much against it.

    On the positive side, and as a Jets fan, I am also reminded that Dolan bid on the Jets after Leon Hess's death in the late 90's. This bid failed while Woody Johnson become owner. I can't say I have agreed with everything Woody has done however I think most of us would agree that he has built a solid organization and an upper echelon team and franchise in his tenure.

    So now I have my silver lining, it could be worse, Dolan and MSG could have owned the Jets and my falls and winters would have been shot. Therefore I am grateful to Woody.

    I'm not saying LBJ, would have done what Gretzky did for hockey, but I think he would have given BB a real shot in the arm, with the Knicks.
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    ummm . . . I thought of it as a Jets thread, but you can do what you want with it.

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    Yeah as a semi knicks fan I was disappointed..

    However, as a JETS fan and in general I was happy dolan the cock sucker piece of sht douche bag did not get lbj.

    Funny thing is the spell checker knew that I miss spelled douche bag.

    FCK MSG!

    LBJ did not come because despite all his hype he is a big pansy afraid of failure. So he figures he'll just coast along.

    The King... LMAO A king does not follow he leads.

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