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    Quote Originally Posted by John Walls Era View Post
    Remember when Knicks fans wanted him to be named Roy? LOL and now they turn their back on him per usual.
    He had a great 1st half of the season with us and then he fell off and never returned. So there's a reason for that.
    Deal with it


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    Quote Originally Posted by John Walls Era View Post
    Remember when Knicks fans wanted him to be named Roy? LOL and now they turn their back on him per usual.
    To be fair with the exception of myself and 2-3 other Knicks fans, everyone hated him last season. I was hoping he would return to his first half of hid rookie season's level of play.

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    Fields is what he has always been. Bryan Colangelo is the one who really sucks here for giving him such a ridiculous contract. Thanks Bryan!

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    TOR did NY a favor on two ends. Nash is already hurt and Kidd has been invaluable to NY.

    Having Kidd & keeping Shump was the best move for NY.

    Then giving Fields that contracts also led to NY getting Ronnie Brewer, who has also been amazing on both ends, yet making less than $1m.

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    Quote Originally Posted by nycericanguy View Post
    TOR did NY a favor on two ends. Nash is already hurt and Kidd has been invaluable to NY.

    Having Kidd & keeping Shump was the best move for NY.

    Then giving Fields that contracts also led to NY getting Ronnie Brewer, who has also been amazing on both ends, yet making less than $1m.
    My thinking exactly

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    Quote Originally Posted by TO Rapz View Post
    You sound mad.
    Actually I loved it. It worked out great for us. Thank you Raptors

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    In some ways its poetic justice for Colangelo.

    He was literally trying to FORCE Nash to go to TOR. Even when Nash wasn't signing despite TOR offering $12m per while NY was offering $8m. He tried to take away Nash's options not realizing LAL was an option.

    Colangelo was borderline obsessed with a guy who clearly didn't want to go there.

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    Quote Originally Posted by nycericanguy View Post
    In some ways its poetic justice for Colangelo.

    He was literally trying to FORCE Nash to go to TOR. Even when Nash wasn't signing despite TOR offering $12m per while NY was offering $8m. He tried to take away Nash's options not realizing LAL was an option.

    Colangelo was borderline obsessed with a guy who clearly didn't want to go there.
    Lets just say he got played.

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    all that being said I think Fields is a solid player, but he's not a guy that can handle any pressure or expectations.

    When he first came to NY there were no expectations and he was happy to just make the team and he played loose.

    Then when Melo came NY had expectations and with the roster gutted alot was expected of Fields and thats when he really started pressing and struggling.

    Giving him a $20m contract must put the weight of the world on his shoulders, and I don't think he can handle it.

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    All I have to say is thank you Raps.

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    why would a gm sign a knick reject to a long term contract?
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    Quote Originally Posted by theheatles View Post
    why would a gm sign a knick reject to a long term contract?
    Try to block a trade for a player that wanted no part of his team to begin with. He helped us out a lot

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    Quote Originally Posted by knicksfan42 View Post
    To be fair with the exception of myself and 2-3 other Knicks fans, everyone hated him last season. I was hoping he would return to his first half of hid rookie season's level of play.
    This. Exactly this.

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    The division is going to be ran by the Sixers and Raptors in three years. Book it.

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    Stupid thread - this type of stuff happens to the best players in the league.


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    a) their - stands for "belonging to them"
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    How about when Bosh missed a lay up to a win a game that would have kept them in the playoffs, its happens to better players than fields


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