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R_O_W_E
03-03-2010, 06:47 PM
The Knicks look like a mediocre team right now without a legit "star player" but their team actually has some talented players on it that could become a Playoff Contender next season while eventually becoming a Championship contender down the line.


Knicks' Building Blocks:
PF-David Lee
SF-Wilson Chandler
SF-Danillo Gallinari


For the sake of discussion, LeBron opts out of his contract with the Cleveland Cavaliers and becomes a Free Agent.

Compare Cleveland and New York

Cleveland:
PG- Mo Williams
SG- Anthony Parker
SF-
PF- Antawn Jamison
C- Shaq(????)

The average age of Cleveland's potential starting line-up next season on July 1st, 2010 will be 33.5. Not to mention when you factor in that Anderson Varejao will be 28, with 5 more years left on his contract despite him being an average role player. Delonte West will be 27, and could possibly end up in Jail for gun charges. They wont be under the salary cap until the start of the 2012/2013 season at the earliest if they left everyone else other than LeBron walk. Cleveland is a team that has a window right now seemingly of 2 seasons(including this season) to win a NBA Title before the Front Office will have to rebuild towards a younger team around LeBron to remain competitive. They dont have a 1st Round Pick in 2010, with that being traded to Washington and will only have the MLE to spend as long as they let Shaq walk to avoid being too far into the luxury tax range.

Cleveland has some young prospects who could maybe one day become players to build around LeBron in Hickson and Eyenga.


We saw this happen with Kobe Bryant following the 05' season, where the Lakers rid themselves of aging players such as Shaq, Fox, Fisher, Payton, and Malone in favor of rebuilding around a young core of Kobe, Odom, Bynum along with young role players like Smush, Sasha, Walton,Turiaf, Cook, and even Kwame Brown to an extent. Kobe being the oldest of the group at only 27 years old starting the 05-06 season.

If the Cavaliers do rebuild following the 2010-2011 season, a young revamped Cavs roster would feature LeBron as the "veteran" player at an age of just 26 to start the season.





Now In Terms Of The Knicks Appeal.....


Its very simple, the Knicks have a talented young roster of players who dont project as "star NBA players" but could be great if they could revolve their skills around a "star" player.

Eddy Curry is the lone ugly contract for the Knicks, but his contract becomes a very valuable trading chip as an $11 Million Dollar expirer with whatever team acquires him having his contract paid through insurance due to his knee injury.

Heres how the Knicks are rebuilt:
On June 24th 2010, the Knicks select Jarvis Varnado with the 35th Pick in the 2010 NBA Draft, and the Knicks select Alexey Shved with the 40th Pick in the 2010 NBA Draft. *Using Draft Express Projections*

Knicks refuse to resign Lee, Harrington, McGrady, Rodriguez, Duhon, House, Cardinal, and Bender. Denies Team Option on JR Giddens. They maintain bird rights on Lee, Duhon & Harrington.

On July 11th 2010, LeBron James signs a 5 year contract with the New York Knicks at the Max Salary. On July 12th 2010, Amare Stoudemire signs a 5 year contract with the New York Knicks starting at a salary of $14 Million in the 2010-2011 season.

Lineup so far:

PG- LeBron James(James probably would start at PG in the D'Antoni offense)
SG- Danillo Gallinari
SF- Wilson Chandler
PF- Jarvis Varnado
C- Amare Stoudemire

Due to the Knicks owning David Lee's bird rights, they will be able to resign Lee to a long term contract after maxing out their Free Cap Space on July 13th. On July 14th, New York reaches a 3 year deal with Al Harrington at $6 Million per season or slightly more than the average Full MLE, due to owning his bird rights. On July 15th, New York reaches a 2 year deal with a 3rd year Team Option for the Full MLE with Marcus Camby. On July 16th, New York reaches a 1 year deal for the veterans minimum with Raja Bell.

Knicks' 2010 Lineup:

PG- LeBron James, Toney Douglas, Alexey Shved
SG- Danillo Galllinari, Raja Bell
SF- Wilson Chandler, Bill Walker
PF- David Lee, Al Harrington, Jarvis Varnado
C- Amare Stoudemire, Marcus Camby, Eddy Curry

Maybe the Knicks could eventually flip Curry's expirer for a starting PG.

If you compare overall talent, the Knicks become the Top Team in the East. It doesn't mean that they'll work on defense to win a NBA Title but with a starting 5 that features guys 27 and under they have the time to do so instead of having to sit through 2-3 years of rebuilding in Cleveland.

Robbw241
03-03-2010, 06:49 PM
Or he can come play with Brook and Devin and TWill and Top 5 Pick and CDR and Yi and Lee.

D Roses Bulls
03-03-2010, 06:58 PM
The Knicks look like a mediocre team right now without a legit "star player" but their team actually has some talented players on it that could become a Playoff Contender next season while eventually becoming a Championship contender down the line.


Knicks' Building Blocks:
PF-David Lee
SF-Wilson Chandler
SF-Danillo Gallinari


For the sake of discussion, LeBron opts out of his contract with the Cleveland Cavaliers and becomes a Free Agent.

Compare Cleveland and New York

Cleveland:
PG- Mo Williams
SG- Anthony Parker
SF-
PF- Antawn Jamison
C- Shaq(????)

The average age of Cleveland's potential starting line-up next season on July 1st, 2010 will be 33.5. Not to mention when you factor in that Anderson Varejao will be 28, with 5 more years left on his contract despite him being an average role player. Delonte West will be 27, and could possibly end up in Jail for gun charges. They wont be under the salary cap until the start of the 2012/2013 season at the earliest if they left everyone else other than LeBron walk. Cleveland is a team that has a window right now seemingly of 2 seasons(including this season) to win a NBA Title before the Front Office will have to rebuild towards a younger team around LeBron to remain competitive. They dont have a 1st Round Pick in 2010, with that being traded to Washington and will only have the MLE to spend as long as they let Shaq walk to avoid being too far into the luxury tax range.

Cleveland has some young prospects who could maybe one day become players to build around LeBron in Hickson and Eyenga.


We saw this happen with Kobe Bryant following the 05' season, where the Lakers rid themselves of aging players such as Shaq, Fox, Fisher, Payton, and Malone in favor of rebuilding around a young core of Kobe, Odom, Bynum along with young role players like Smush, Sasha, Walton,Turiaf, Cook, and even Kwame Brown to an extent. Kobe being the oldest of the group at only 27 years old starting the 05-06 season.

If the Cavaliers do rebuild following the 2010-2011 season, a young revamped Cavs roster would feature LeBron as the "veteran" player at an age of just 26 to start the season.





Now In Terms Of The Knicks Appeal.....


Its very simple, the Knicks have a talented young roster of players who dont project as "star NBA players" but could be great if they could revolve their skills around a "star" player.

Eddy Curry is the lone ugly contract for the Knicks, but his contract becomes a very valuable trading chip as an $11 Million Dollar expirer with whatever team acquires him having his contract paid through insurance due to his knee injury.

Heres how the Knicks are rebuilt:
On June 24th 2010, the Knicks select Jarvis Varnado with the 35th Pick in the 2010 NBA Draft, and the Knicks select Alexey Shved with the 40th Pick in the 2010 NBA Draft. *Using Draft Express Projections*

Knicks refuse to resign Lee, Harrington, McGrady, Rodriguez, Duhon, House, Cardinal, and Bender. Denies Team Option on JR Giddens. They maintain bird rights on Lee, Duhon & Harrington.

On July 11th 2010, LeBron James signs a 5 year contract with the New York Knicks at the Max Salary. On July 12th 2010, Amare Stoudemire signs a 5 year contract with the New York Knicks starting at a salary of $14 Million in the 2010-2011 season.

Lineup so far:

PG- LeBron James(James probably would start at PG in the D'Antoni offense)
SG- Danillo Gallinari
SF- Wilson Chandler
PF- Jarvis Varnado
C- Amare Stoudemire

Due to the Knicks owning David Lee's bird rights, they will be able to resign Lee to a long term contract after maxing out their Free Cap Space on July 13th. On July 14th, New York reaches a 3 year deal with Al Harrington at $6 Million per season or slightly more than the average Full MLE, due to owning his bird rights. On July 15th, New York reaches a 2 year deal with a 3rd year Team Option for the Full MLE with Marcus Camby. On July 16th, New York reaches a 1 year deal for the veterans minimum with Raja Bell.

Knicks' 2010 Lineup:

PG- LeBron James, Toney Douglas, Alexey Shved
SG- Danillo Galllinari, Raja Bell
SF- Wilson Chandler, Bill Walker
PF- David Lee, Al Harrington, Jarvis Varnado
C- Amare Stoudemire, Marcus Camby, Eddy Curry

Maybe the Knicks could eventually flip Curry's expirer for a starting PG.

If you compare overall talent, the Knicks become the Top Team in the East. It doesn't mean that they'll work on defense to win a NBA Title but with a starting 5 that features guys 27 and under they have the time to do so instead of having to sit through 2-3 years of rebuilding in Cleveland.

lee is a free agent, so hes really not a building block since he isnt secured to play for the knicks next year. lebron should sign with the bulls who has a core of rose,deng, noah, and hinrich. better then anything the knicks have

dudeonthemoon
03-03-2010, 06:59 PM
interesting, great post but if the Cavs win this year Lebanon James is staying put.

arkanian215
03-03-2010, 07:00 PM
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go read the article in the knicks forum. it's very informative because clearly you don't know what you're talking about.

http://www.prosportsdaily.com/forums/showthread.php?t=461696

ldc62
03-03-2010, 07:00 PM
Welcome to PSD!!! You know we already had like 100 of these threads, you know, since LAST year.

JerseysFinest
03-03-2010, 07:10 PM
if you give max contracts to both lebron and amare, and pay 4 david lee, u will have no bench whatsoever

LayZbone
03-03-2010, 07:13 PM
http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=6zGB3bpZATs

RaptorizedKevin
03-03-2010, 07:13 PM
lee is a free agent, so hes really not a building block since he isnt secured to play for the knicks next year. lebron should sign with the bulls who has a core of rose,deng, noah, and hinrich. better then anything the knicks have

as soon as i see a bull fan, i knew this fan wants lebron on the bulls? and i was right. but i agree with you, the bulls have a better core. And alot of potential. Galinari is still raw.

Cool007
03-03-2010, 07:16 PM
He can always come to Chicago. ;)

He is changing his number so that wouldn't be a problem.

IMO, LeBron will stay as a cav - pretty much forever.

Cool007
03-03-2010, 07:16 PM
He can always come to Chicago. ;)

He is changing his number so that wouldn't be a problem.

IMO, LeBron will stay as a cav - pretty much forever.

AWC713
03-03-2010, 07:21 PM
everyone is aging...

J_M_B
03-03-2010, 07:25 PM
LeBron is going to stay put in Cleveland. Unless they get upset in the 1st or 2nd round of the playoffs.

Then, it's going to be a crazy off season.

NY-SportsFan
03-03-2010, 07:29 PM
In order to retain Lee, the Knicks would have to hold on to his bird rights, which means that there is a HUGE CAP HOLD for him. With this cap hold, they would not be able to sign a second big contract along with Lebron. Its either Lebron and Max 2 or Lebron and Lee. It will not and cannot be both.

Rego247
03-03-2010, 07:33 PM
let cavs fans deal with this thread, im sure they have experience in this regard, just happy its not just 'another' bosh thread

NY-SportsFan
03-03-2010, 07:33 PM
They would also not have the Mid level exception to offer. That goes away when you are under the cap.
If you are going to speculate who and how the Knicks should make moves, at least understand the cap.

Young and Stupid
03-03-2010, 07:39 PM
:yawn: I love hearing Knicks fans claw for reasons why LeBron would come. There are only two things that the Knicks can offer LeBron (albeit both very important). MSG and another max FA. Other than that, theres nothing to entice LeBron although seeing LeBron at the Jay-Z concert last night it seemed like he felt at home.

IMO the chances of teams getting LeBron:
Cavs 75%
Nets 12%
Knicks 8%
Bulls 5%

Lol, those are based on nothing, just like all the predictions that so-called experts and "close friends of LeBron" are based on nothing other than pure speculation. I think the fact that LeBron filed to have a number change, shows that he is leaning towards staying in Cleveland, but skeptics could be right in that it's just a way to hog some more attention. W/e it is, we can sit around and debate why LeBron should come to our team, but at the end of the day it is more than likely that LeBron will stay with the Cavs.

Sidenote: In terms of talent and putting a championship-caliber team on the court around LeBron I don't think the Knicks are even in the top 5.

Top 7:
Nets
Bulls
Thunder
Dallas
Houston
Timberwolves
Heat
Knicks

HouRealCoach
03-03-2010, 07:44 PM
LeBron would be best to be with Cleveland

NYK_kidd77
03-03-2010, 07:52 PM
In my opinion what ever happens in the playoffs will determine what Lebron does this offseason.

PurpleJesus
03-03-2010, 07:54 PM
its smart for him to go to a team that has been irrelevant in God knows how long?

unwantedplayer
03-03-2010, 07:59 PM
Lebron should go to the Celtics :)

Big Quett
03-03-2010, 08:08 PM
blah blah blah

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Wow i never seen so many words that said nothing. With or without LeBron Cleveland's roster still looks better regardless of the age.

I would happily take Jamison, Mo Williams, Delonte, Hickson and the flopmaster over Gallo, Chandler, Lee and Douglass? Its really not even close. And nobody believes Shaq or Parker will be there next year those are replaceable parts so you cant even account them in the age average.

I think the Nets roster looks better than both though. but that would still be starting over when you already have a ready made title contender in Cleveland.

GoatMilk
03-03-2010, 08:09 PM
probably been said already, but if LeBron stays in Cleveland, it'll be like a 2 or 3 year deal keeping them pressured to continue making moves.

like the title says, they are aging.

calibird707
03-03-2010, 08:35 PM
If lebron is staying why not just re-sign now..it is what it is in cleveland..lebron elevating a fairly solid supporting cast

JNA17
03-03-2010, 08:43 PM
1. Cavs - 60%
2. Knicks - 25%
3. Miami - 5%
4. Nets - 5%
5. other - 5%

WSU Tony
03-03-2010, 08:46 PM
Okc

Ssshbliblibl00p
03-03-2010, 09:00 PM
Or he can come play with Brook and Devin and TWill and Top 5 Pick and CDR and Yi and Lee.

Devins trash and CDR is a giant yawn

VCaintdead17
03-03-2010, 09:02 PM
Lebron, Bosh and Dwayne Wade should just start their own team in Seattle, get Avery Johnson to coach, get a vet big man like Camby, and they'll be good to go.

VCaintdead17
03-03-2010, 09:04 PM
Devins trash and CDR is a giant yawn

Devin Trash....clever.

Ssshbliblibl00p
03-03-2010, 09:21 PM
:yawn: I love hearing Knicks fans claw for reasons why LeBron would come. There are only two things that the Knicks can offer LeBron (albeit both very important). MSG and another max FA. Other than that, theres nothing to entice LeBron although seeing LeBron at the Jay-Z concert last night it seemed like he felt at home.

IMO the chances of teams getting LeBron:
Cavs 75%
Nets 12%
Knicks 8%
Bulls 5%

Lol, those are based on nothing, just like all the predictions that so-called experts and "close friends of LeBron" are based on nothing other than pure speculation. I think the fact that LeBron filed to have a number change, shows that he is leaning towards staying in Cleveland, but skeptics could be right in that it's just a way to hog some more attention. W/e it is, we can sit around and debate why LeBron should come to our team, but at the end of the day it is more than likely that LeBron will stay with the Cavs.

Sidenote: In terms of talent and putting a championship-caliber team on the court around LeBron I don't think the Knicks are even in the top 5.

Top 7:
Nets
Bulls
Thunder
Dallas
Houston
Timberwolves
Heat
Knicks

Lebron would be ******** to pass up MSG for some inferior, fake NY of a basketball team like the Brooklyn Nets. NYC is a one basketball town, thats the way its always been, most of us like it that way. Only people in Brooklyn or from Brooklyn will stand behind a team from Jersey. If you're not from NYC, then you wont understand...people from Brooklyn think they're in some separate city and will no doubt follow that team, especially with Lebron, but rest of NYC will never fall in line, and they'll be a joke, albeit a successful joke. The biggest challenge with the highest reward in sports right now, is bringing a championship back to the garden PERIOD. People from other cities will never get this, their egos and New York bias will never allow it.

The Worlds Most Famous Arena and Proud Knick fans deserve to have Lebron play 41 games plus playoffs and preseason in NYC just as much as any city.


The level of Knick hatred on this Forum is insane lol. People try to sound like they're giving some profound reasoning behind why New York is the worst place he or anybody can go as a free agent lol knowing good and well if you were in his shoes, and you wanted to be known as the best to ever play, New York is the one place than can provide the best stage.

Ssshbliblibl00p
03-03-2010, 09:29 PM
I think If you can buy the Nets "core players" for what worth, then on then sell them for what everyone on the PSD THINKS they're worth, you could make a boat load of money.

thescore53
03-03-2010, 09:30 PM
this is why recruit shouldnt make threads

R_O_W_E
03-03-2010, 09:31 PM
Seems like people dont realize how big of a stage NY is. NY is ahead of LA in terms of its stage in terms of basketball, but the Lakers have been a way more consistent team finding ways to reload after a few average years.

Knicks havent been good in over a decade, things will change if they get LeBron.

Derick713
03-03-2010, 09:33 PM
FUTURE-

CAVS- Antawn Jamison is getting pretty old and is really meant to be someone who can match-up with shooting PF's.

PG-Maurice Williams/Daniel Gibson/
SG-NEEDED/Delonte West/Daniel Green/
SF-NEEDED/Jawad Williams/Christian Eyenga/
PF-JJ Hickson/NEEDED/
SC-Andreson Varejao/NEEDED

Big Z- Retire
Shaq- Retire
Parker-Older and not enough of a threat
Moon-Not the long-term answer
Jamison- 33 Years Old and counting

KNICKS- What the Knicks should look like

PG-Steve Blake/Toney Douglas/
SG-Joe Johnson/NEEDED
SF-Danilo Gallanari/Wilson Chandler
PF-Amare Stoudemire/NEEDED/
SC-NEEDED/NEEDED/

If I where the Knicks I'd trade Eddy curry for Beno Udrih and Andres Nocioni during the NBA Draft.

Super.
03-03-2010, 09:38 PM
Lebron would be ******** to pass up MSG for some inferior, fake NY of a basketball team like the Brooklyn Nets. NYC is a one basketball town, thats the way its always been, most of us like it that way. Only people in Brooklyn or from Brooklyn will stand behind a team from Jersey. If you're not from NYC, then you wont understand...people from Brooklyn think they're in some separate city and will no doubt follow that team, especially with Lebron, but rest of NYC will never fall in line, and they'll be a joke, albeit a successful joke. The biggest challenge with the highest reward in sports right now, is bringing a championship back to the garden PERIOD. People from other cities will never get this, their egos and New York bias will never allow it.

The Worlds Most Famous Arena and Proud Knick fans deserve to have Lebron play 41 games plus playoffs and preseason in NYC just as much as any city.


The level of Knick hatred on this Forum is insane lol. People try to sound like they're giving some profound reasoning behind why New York is the worst place he or anybody can go as a free agent lol knowing good and well if you were in his shoes, and you wanted to be known as the best to ever play, New York is the one place than can provide the best stage.

What just because you live in New York you think your entitled?

:rolleyes:

Derick713
03-03-2010, 09:45 PM
Let's say the Clippers get a 1st Round Pick in the top 8. The Knicks could offer the expiring contract of Curry for Davis. The Clippers might like the idea of unloading Davis and getting a younger PG next to Griffin and Kaman.

Maybe the Knicks should consider using Curry's contract as a way to get a player that can add to their 2010 core. The Clippers would surely package their 1st round pick with Davis to get the extra cap releif.

Baron Davis/
Joe Johnson/
Danilo Gallanari/Wilson Chandler
Amare Stoudemire/
Donatas Motiejunas/

WHAT THE CLIPPERS WOULD GET-

Steve Blake/
Eric Gordon/
Travis Outlaw/
Blake Griffin/
Chris Kaman/DeAndre Jordan/

Nikeman
03-03-2010, 09:47 PM
The moment you put LBJ at PG I stopped reading.. that's a fail

joe j.09
03-03-2010, 09:52 PM
the knicks will not trade curry untill they sign two maxes, once they do that i think a ver possible trade would be this:

Curry (huge expiring, just what NO needs for money to sign paul), chandler, and douglas for collison (already have paul) and oakfor (has an awful contract that theyed love to unload)

Knicks get there center and pg and NO gets a huge expiring which they want a young cheap swingman in chandler who owuld be great with cp3 and douglas a good young point guard prospect.

Derick713
03-03-2010, 09:54 PM
If I'm the Knicks I would trade Curry at the deadline for a longer contract. Buying out Curry only creates 1 million worth of extra cap space. The Knicks might as well add a PG like Davis. The Clippers would love to resign Blake and let Davis go so they can build around Griffin and Kaman. I think they would package their 1st with Davis for future cap relief. Curry has an expiring contract and the Clippers really don't want Davis.


Baron Davis/
Joe Johnson/JR Giddens/
Danilo Gallanari/Bill Walker/
Amare Stoudemire/
Clippers 1st Round Pick/

Draco
03-03-2010, 09:57 PM
NYC is a one basketball town, thats the way its always been, most of us like it that way.

Actually, it'd be kind of interesting to find out if once the Nets move to Brooklyn and if Lebron joins the Nets.. would they supplant the Knicks in popularity among NYers?

Derick713
03-03-2010, 09:58 PM
the knicks will not trade curry untill they sign two maxes, once they do that i think a ver possible trade would be this:

Curry (huge expiring, just what NO needs for money to sign paul), chandler, and douglas for collison (already have paul) and oakfor (has an awful contract that theyed love to unload)

Knicks get there center and pg and NO gets a huge expiring which they want a young cheap swingman in chandler who owuld be great with cp3 and douglas a good young point guard prospect.


The Knicks need to get a player that could entice two max players to sign. They've got Gallanari, Wilson, Walker, and Gidden as good young players. They need a PG. The Knicks aren't going to use Curry so they might as well find players they can use. Why not go after Udrih and Nocioni by offering the expiring contract of Curry. Why not consider Maggette or Biedrins for Curry.

Hustla23
03-03-2010, 10:01 PM
There are too many flaws in your post ROWE.

The Knicks can't possess David Lee's bird rights and rights to the MLE if they wish to use their cap space to sign two max players.

In any case, the Knicks have MUCH, MUCH more flexibility than the Cavs in building a team given that they are tremendously under the cap and have a large expiring in Eddy Curry.

A very realistic scenario in which the Knicks build a team is as follows:

Renounce all players with cap holds to maximize cap space.

Sign Lebron to max deal.
Sign Bosh to max deal.

Resign McGrady for one year for the vet min ( they can resign him to any amount the following year since they will be over the cap. He also mentioned that if the Knicks signed two max stars , he would take a pay cut to stay. He really doesn't have to take a pay cut , since , in reality , he will be resigned for a much greater amount later on)

Sign Sergio Rodriguez to a one year vet min + incentives (more or less equals his qualifying offer but he also can be paid much more following the end of the year)

Sign Bill Walker to vet min.

Trade Eddy Curry for a center with a bad contract (Dalembert, Biedrins, Okafur, etc).

You have a team of:

Bosh
Gallo
Lebron
T-Mac
Douglas

Chandler
Rodriguez
Biedrins/Dalembert/Okafur/Haywood,etc
Walker

That is a very young and good team and much better than what the Cavs have right now.

And all hypothetical..... :p

But... extremely doable :)

Derick713
03-03-2010, 10:05 PM
The Knicks have a useful expiring contract in which they can add a talent. They can also sign and trade David Lee for some interesting talent. They can use Wilson Chandler to get a pick or another good player. They can buy a 1st round pick if they want.

EXAMPLES-

PG-NEEDED/
Corey Maggette/Bill Walker/
Joe Johnson/Wilson Chandler/
Al Harrington/Danilo Gallanari/
Amare Stoudemire/

Derick713
03-03-2010, 10:09 PM
THE BEST OUTCOME-

Baron Davis/Eddie House/
Raja Bell/Bill Walker/
LeBron James/Wilson Chandler/
Chris Bosh/Danilo Gallanari/
Andris Biedrins/Clippers 1st Round Pick/

Try and do a sign and trade with the Warriors for Biedrins using David Lee.

masalex1205
03-03-2010, 10:16 PM
wack

Meth
03-03-2010, 10:21 PM
Some of these (threads) should go to a fantasy section.

Draco
03-03-2010, 10:28 PM
Some of these (threads) should go to a fantasy section.

You mean the Knicks forum? :p

tjlipford
03-03-2010, 11:10 PM
Nobody wants to play for the knicks. Y'all suck and will suck for a long time

RaptorizedKevin
03-03-2010, 11:20 PM
Nobody wants to play for the knicks. Y'all suck and will suck for a long time

:facepalm: actually, your wronge. i know its frustrating to hear people claiming lebron wont stick around, i feel ur pain. but lets forget this and establish some points.

EVERYONE DREAMS OF PLAYING AT MSG, and would love playing there. Yu get them a big free agent i gurantee them having at least a .500 record or better.

Raph12
03-03-2010, 11:20 PM
Lebron + Amare in NYC >>>>> Lebron + Anything the Cavs have to offer

Mr.WhiteSox
03-03-2010, 11:34 PM
ya cause hed take Lee Chandler and Galanarri over..
Deng Noah Rose.

he aint gong knowere

prodigy
03-03-2010, 11:36 PM
Cavs roster right now...

Hickson- 21
Mo-28
Gibson- 23
Green- 22
Jackson- 24
Lebron- 25
Powe- 26
Telfair- 24
west- 27
Williams- 27
AV- 28

Jamison is still better then everyone on the Knicks and nets other then Lopez and Lee. (lee won't be on the Knicks next season). Parker and moon will both be on expiring contracts which are good to have. If Shaq is on the team next year, that would mean we won the championship.


Ya, better get them in a home ASAP. lol.

prodigy
03-03-2010, 11:41 PM
:facepalm: actually, your wronge. i know its frustrating to hear people claiming lebron wont stick around, i feel ur pain. but lets forget this and establish some points.

EVERYONE DREAMS OF PLAYING AT MSG, and would love playing there. Yu get them a big free agent i gurantee them having at least a .500 record or better.


No, everyone dreams of playing AGAINST the knicks at MSG. lol.

IndiansFan337
03-03-2010, 11:58 PM
Closed for going off topic & baiting.