What ever they do it really isn't going to help their suckage. I don't see it effecting them signing a big name next year, because Iverson would be a one year rental. To do exactly what MPH said, put some butts in the seats.
Either way the Knicks must have sold their souls some years back to fall this far, because I don't forsee a promising off season for them either.
They deserve to be a cellar NBA team...They let Patrick Ewing just walk away and now he's teaching Dwight Howard a thing or 2... I hope Ewing goes into the Hall as a Sonic...HAHAHHAHAHAHHHAHHA
You've done it now...insulting my favorite NBA player of all time, the great Patrick Ewing. Yes, the team is under the Ewing Curse, but when Lebron and Bosh or Amare come next year, all will be forgiven.
One player is not going to be enough to bring this back from the depths of NBA purgatory. LeBron is their only chance at redemption at least with the fans and even he may not be enough to rise up and bring the team to NBA glory once again. Bosh or Amare would leave them in the NBA bubble of mediocrity which is even worse than being really bad, because you have very little chance of grabbing the next great thing in the draft.
Not even the Knicks thought it was a good idea after some deep soul searching by Donnie Walsh who may have thought better of adding more headaches to a roster already full of them.
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