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Old 02-04-2012, 11:08 AM   #10
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Default Re: The season couldn't have gone any worse

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Originally Posted by Clutch
1) We would probably get a top5 pick then. Actually it would even be a good thing to happen if they could come back from the injury next season and play like they did before.

2) That's already happening

3) He haven't seen the court yet

4) He's still here

Let me tell you something.
Knicks were getting hyped and set huge expectations for this season. Right now they are 8-15 and 2-11 in their last 13.
D'Antoni is still coaching this team.
They got embarrassed at home against the Bobcats,Raptors,Bucks,Suns and many others.
Gallo scored a career high in his return and led the Nuggets to a win. Harrington also played out of his mind.
On top of that we lost two consecutive close games against the Bulls and Celtics,way to get the players even more depressed.

So yeah,it can hardly be any worse than this.
Honestly I don't know what the players have been talking about, but lately they have been playing some pretty good basketball.

I think the team definitely needs to string together some wins soon though.

No time better than beating the brakes off the Nets tonite at the Garden.

The team has nine absolutely winnable game in this month of February coming up.

Take care of the business and the team can at least get back to .500.

I don't think this squad is this bad, I really don't.

No way they win 40 games like I thought they would, but then again I didn't think they'd blow their cupcake schedule either.
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