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Old 09-08-2006, 02:58 AM   #16
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expire contracts is the main reason

That's only if the want to give up a quality player like Camby to save money.
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Old 09-15-2006, 03:51 PM   #17
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Jessica Alba. Especially in a really small NY Knicks uniform.
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Old 09-15-2006, 06:10 PM   #18
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Jessica Alba. Especially in a really small NY Knicks uniform.

So you're aiming for an under 20 win season?
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Old 09-15-2006, 06:16 PM   #19
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That's who I would like to see in a NY Knicks uniform, but if we're restricting it to NBA players.

If we're taking from the current NBA rosters....

Potentially - Kevin Garnett

In my dreams - Tim Duncan
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Old 09-15-2006, 06:34 PM   #20
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KG and/or JO.
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Old 09-15-2006, 06:46 PM   #21
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That's who I would like to see in a NY Knicks uniform, but if we're restricting it to NBA players.

If we're taking from the current NBA rosters....

Potentially - Kevin Garnett

In my dreams - Tim Duncan

Garnett is a long shot.

How many points per game does the knicks score in your dreams with Duncan? If you could record your dreams and show them, you might outsell the MSG boxoffice!

Duncan won't be traded even for the entire Knicks team. If we could offer San Antonio the entire Knicks payroll for Duncan, that might be a different story. LOL
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Old 09-15-2006, 11:54 PM   #22
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Allen Iverson in a Knicks uniform - a player who at 30 had the best season of his entire career. 33ppg (44.7%fg! + 81.4%ft) 3.2rpg 7.4apg 1.94 spg

When the city of brotherly love shows none then Gotham City will await with open arms.

I would trade Marbury ($17.2) for Iverson ($18.2) - both players have 3 years left on their deals. Marbury has in opt out for 2008.

There is no questioning Allen Iverson's desire and will to lead Philly to a playoff birth (2 games from getting the 8th seed). On team of inexperienced rookies (korver / iquodala) and a thin front court (Webber / Dalembert out for nearly entire season) - Philly won 15 more games then the Knicks and a near playoff birth!

Iverson has nothing left to prove except his legacy as does Marbury. Difference? Iverson has experienced the Finals, an 7 time NBA all-star, All-Star MVP, an eastern conference championship; For all of Marbury's talent he has yet to get of the 1st round of the playoffs.

Every team Marbury has left has experienced more success:
1) Timberwolves - 2nd round battle with the 2003 lakers
2) Nets - 2 NBA finals appearances
3) Suns - Second round of the playoffs




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The addition of Dave DeBusschere turned the 1970 Knicks into a championship team. What player (that we could get) would give the Knicks a big boost?

Explain why.
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Old 09-16-2006, 12:08 AM   #23
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i would not mind seeing kenyon martin, going to the knicks he could bring a little sumthing special or maybe alonzo mourning sure the dude is old but he still has it, and he can bring his years of experience with him
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Old 09-16-2006, 10:03 PM   #25
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How about this? Ray allen and rashard lewis for Nate rob, francis, q-rich. Salary might not work but I really like rashard and ray allen is deadly even though maybe 2 years fro retirement.
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Old 09-19-2006, 10:24 AM   #26
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Allen Iverson in a Knicks uniform - a player who at 30 had the best season of his entire career. 33ppg (44.7%fg! + 81.4%ft) 3.2rpg 7.4apg 1.94 spg

When the city of brotherly love shows none then Gotham City will await with open arms.

I would trade Marbury ($17.2) for Iverson ($18.2) - both players have 3 years left on their deals. Marbury has in opt out for 2008.

There is no questioning Allen Iverson's desire and will to lead Philly to a playoff birth (2 games from getting the 8th seed). On team of inexperienced rookies (korver / iquodala) and a thin front court (Webber / Dalembert out for nearly entire season) - Philly won 15 more games then the Knicks and a near playoff birth!

Iverson has nothing left to prove except his legacy as does Marbury. Difference? Iverson has experienced the Finals, an 7 time NBA all-star, All-Star MVP, an eastern conference championship; For all of Marbury's talent he has yet to get of the 1st round of the playoffs.

Every team Marbury has left has experienced more success:
1) Timberwolves - 2nd round battle with the 2003 lakers
2) Nets - 2 NBA finals appearances
3) Suns - Second round of the playoffs

Iverson is a great offensive player. But I don't think the Knicks need another scoring point guard. You might say Iverson is a shooting guard, but if you trade Marbury for I, Jamal or I would have to play the point. They could handle the point; but then you would have two SG's in the backcourt.
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Old 09-19-2006, 10:28 AM   #27
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i would not mind seeing kenyon martin, going to the knicks he could bring a little sumthing special or maybe alonzo mourning sure the dude is old but he still has it, and he can bring his years of experience with him

Martin IMHO -- NO! Who needs another overpaid player -- especially when he has bad Knees and bad attitude. We do not know if his knees will ever be the same.

Zo -- I'd take in a New York minute. But he will never leave the Heat except to retire.
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