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Posted on: December 6, 2009 6:29 pm
 

Welcome to the show.

To kick this entry off, id first like to start by saying congradulations to the Yankees, and to every yankee fan out there. We did it. Derek Jeter is god and is the best all around in the game right now. It makes me sad to have to say this but most of this champion ship squad will most likly not be there next year. Hideki Matsui,  Johnny Damon, andAndy Pettitte  Are def not gonna be there and who knows who else will be gone by the time pitchers and catchers comes around. This is bitter sweet. Althought these guys willl be missed , it opens up room for young, vibrant players to make there way in New York.

Now to the next topic. How bout them Devils? im loving them right now. Zach Parise has 15 goals ,and Patrik Elias will almost pull any thing off, so i dont really have to talk much about Martin Brodeur and company  this time around.

Now to the Raiders. They upset the Steelers, and if you ask me look awsome with Bruce Gradkowski at the helm. Louis Murphy is just awsome and, dare i say it, Zach Miller is really makeing me happy.

A Raider who is making me really upset is JaMarcus Russell. Guy is sappose to be amazing and stat wise is awful. For  his 2 tds he has 9 ints. i mean to consider the fact that our defence is really hurt and still competeing is terrific. It shows we have depth. Another thing that makes me puke is this 3 headed monster we should have, in Darren McFadden, Michael Bush, and Justin Fargas. They look more like a 3 headed Puppy.

Hey they won today and beat the Eagles and The Chiefs. i didnt really expect that from them this year so what ever this year is a wash any way.

To close, i could talk all day about the Knicks and how David Lee is god and Danilo Gallinari is leading the league in 3 bombs, but im not gonna. How can i? Its gonna be a loosing season. I mean to be real all we can do is hope to get rid of our fat. By this i mean just get rid of Eddie Curry cause noone is gonna want him. Hes a bum. Nate Robinson is gonna be an over priced bench player, so get rid of him. Chris Duhon will be coming off the bench, and Toney Douglas will be good in the long run.

Bottom line im not gonna specul;ate about the knicks right nmow, i can do it all day. for know im just gonna wait and see what free agents we get.

Posted on: October 26, 2009 1:58 am
 

The 2010 LOOK OUT LIST.

This is a list of free agents that are unrestricted in 2010. All this info was taken from sportscity.com. Although this is not a complete list, and excludes any ex Knicks, such as Tim Thomas, it is a list that we might want to look at, and come to terms that there is more out there then LeBron James.


for starters i take a look at boston. These two might be costly but Ray Allen, and Paul Pierce are two solid guys, and to me either one would be a nice addition.

These next 3 guys would be fantastic additions, although it probly wont happen. First up LeBron James, what else is left to say about James, any team lucky enough to snag him is in for good things. Shaquille O'Neal, Zydrunas Ilgauskas  also are up for free agentcy, but really i see a one year deal at best.

Josh Howard (T), Dirk Nowitzki  are probly not gonna come to our squad, but will be avalable.I dont like either one for our team, but im not saying there not good players, just not for us.

One big man that is avalible is Kwame Brown. Iv liked Brown when he first came in to the league. I mean hes was ok at best but who knows what might happen.

Kenyon Martin, would also be nice to see in the garden. hes proven him self  as a clutch player.

The next couple guys are a few player from the Rockets, that i owuld never wanna see on my team, and they are as follows. Brent Barry, Chuck Hayes , Tracy McGrady, Yao Ming ,and if i see any of them on the team id be highly disapointed.

I know i said i wouldt name ex knicks but this one ill make an exception for. Marcus Camby to me is a talent that we should of never let slip through our hands. Im not sure of the workings behind letting him go but he should stillbe a knick  today.

THis next name in my oppinion is not going to go any place other then where he is right now, and his name is Kobe Bryant. Someone we might wanna look in to from the Lakers is Derek Fisher. I mean what can you say about fisher. Hes un real and is proven.

Only guy from the Nets would be Rafer Alston, but on our consistant gaurd heavy team i dont think wed have the space for him.

TO close there is one guy who i want more then any other and that is Chrish Bosh, but as for other guys out there, like  Amare Stoudemire ,  im not gonna name everyone only the ones i feel could make a long term impact.

The Knicks free agent pool is as follows Eddy Curry, (who we should dump like an ugly prome date), Chris Duhon(who should be signed befor the years out), Al Harrington, Larry Hughes, Jared Jeffries , Darko Milicic(move him).

Bottom line this is the best free agentcy iv seen and there is a lot of talent out there, so lets not put all our eggs in one basket with this Lebron thing, when we can get 2 or 3 for his price.
Category: NBA
Posted on: October 22, 2009 2:50 pm
 

My Knicks dream.

As the sun is about to rise on a new season, a dream is born. The dream that iv had ever since i was a child. BAck in those days Patrick Ewing was being drafted and the Knicks were looking like a power house, by consistantly making the playoffs.

As time went on many things have crushed my dreams the biggest being Reggie Miller draining Threes back to back to back. Another dream killer was a man named Michael Jordan. With this all said i still have hope. There has been times in the past couple years that iv almost lost my hope, but i have stayed with them.

When Larry Brown came to town and nearly destroyed my dream for good, i was still cheering for them. i was at one of the last games of that season. We played the New Jersey Nets, and i went to there home and cheered on my team. Even though we lost to there scubs, and they clinched about 2 weeks earlier, and the KNicks had no shot at any thing, i still had my dream that one day we would make it.

When the knicks were eleiminated by the Pistons in the first round one year, i stayed wiht them. when they drafted Sweetny i was excited and ready to make it.

then i realized the knicks never make it. They never make it easy to be a knicks fan. The thing is iv gotten excited so many times in the past wioht my KNicks, that even though now, with this rebuilding effort that we are in right now, i wont allow my self to get excited. I mena i know David Lee is un real; at times, and i know that we got a coach now, and i know there is a long shot that King LeBron James is coming to the garden. i still wont allow my self to get ha;ppy. not till see progress.

REally im just a normal guy at work blogging about the knicks, so im not really trying to make any real poiunt. Juat want it to be known that i have a dream, and that dream is to one day beable to say that i stuck wiht them and that they finally have won a championship.

To conclude, if they go in to a trading frenzy and get rid of players for other palyers that might get us a first round eleimination then id be greatly disapointed. This stratagy had proven it self not to work time and time again. What needs to happen is we need to take our time and let things build naturaly. We need to begin to develope players in our system. David Lee, Nate Robinson, Deangelo Gallinari, Jordan Hill these are yopung talented guys who we vcould develope, and hopefully be peices to our puzzle, leading to champion ship. So lets not go crazy at the thought of Lebron Coming to town. By this i mena lets not trade away all our vital players that we have developed, lets maybe hold off. What would that look like LEbron comes to town and we let go of everyone then what do we have? We have the Texas Rangers. They signed A man by the name of Alex Rodriguez, and they didnt do a thing wiht him and his huge contract.
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