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http://www.msnbc.msn.com/id/8334146/

I guess they're trying to get Amare some help on the inside

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June 23rd, 2005, 4:44 pm
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Who exactly are the Knicks expecting to play center?

Wow...


June 23rd, 2005, 4:52 pm
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The Knicks are F$cking stupid... There trying to get better; but what do they do, they go out and get another guard, I seen things in this team but not anymore after they get ego after ego...

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June 23rd, 2005, 10:29 pm
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This is another horrendous trade by Isaiah. He is making such an rectum of himself. As much as I love to see the Knicks continually fail, I am sorry to see one of our own be the reason for it.

The Knicks continue to trade away their consistent, role-players for erratic, head-cases who play either SG or PF. Eventually, they will need to start using a center again.

Great move for the Suns, though. They don't need Q-Rich to score points or man the perimeter. Jimmy Jackson can carry that role just fine.

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June 24th, 2005, 11:15 am
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Most of the mocks I've seen have the Knicks taking a big in the first, namely Channing Frye. Could they start a rookie big?


June 24th, 2005, 11:17 am
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Frye is still only 6'10". That isn't exactly a presence in today's NBA unless you have the athleticism and smarts of Ben. For sake of this argument, the Knicks' SF Tim Thomas is 6'10".

I too have seen projections of them taking one of the big name bigs from college, even though they're all under 7'. The Knicks need a seven-footer, IMHO. They have Bruno Sundov (7'2"). If they are serious about turning that mess around, they should look to trade up to make a play for Bogut or maybe take that Bynum kid. Then again, the Knicks have so many problems that even Dr. Phil [Jackson] was afraid to even mess with them.

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