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Old 12-09-2011, 05:39 PM   #17
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Default Re: Why are the Knicks looking to get old bums?

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Originally Posted by MightyWhitey
Billups was a good option for that. But that's it. The Knicks don't need Hill and they definitely don't need Foster. Why is it hard for them to acquire some young hungry talent?

If they feel they are a contender, I can see why they are going after the older vets.

Plus the good young guns are aren't signing on for one year deals, and really all we have is vet's min.

Have to be in the league 7 years for that, so that knocks out the younger players as well.
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