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  1. #16
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    Quote Originally Posted by AKAYaReal View Post
    Well they said he will be writing on the MSG.com blog. Next step is sitting next to Clyde.
    I hope so because he is one writer i enjoyed reading about the Knicks.

  2. #17
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    He's still gonna be tweeting right?
    Go Knicks!

    All time

  3. #18
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    Quote Originally Posted by LongIslandIcedZ View Post
    He's still gonna be tweeting right?
    I wouldn't see why not. There are lots of commentators that tweet.

  4. #19
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    Well I feel better, Hahn always emailed with me and recently has stopped, probably doesn't have his newsday email any longer lol.....

    Nice addition and I agree with Reyes, KT does a good job and I always feel good about what he is saying, I like the direct approach.

    Hahn will be nice addition but he needs to lose the fanhood while doing this, sometimes he can be a bit of a homer, nothing different then around here at times lol J/K

  5. #20
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    Quote Originally Posted by still a fan View Post
    Well I feel better, Hahn always emailed with me and recently has stopped, probably doesn't have his newsday email any longer lol.....

    Nice addition and I agree with Reyes, KT does a good job and I always feel good about what he is saying, I like the direct approach.

    Hahn will be nice addition but he needs to lose the fanhood while doing this, sometimes he can be a bit of a homer, nothing different then around here at times lol J/K
    Homer, Fanhood or not he's incontrovertibly the hands down best Knicks beat writer. Its a wonder how Isola/Berman still have jobs.

  6. #21
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    I only know Hahn from local ESPN radio where he seemed to be the only voice not condemning every single thing the Knicks do. I wouldn't call him a homer though -- he's definitely a fan but I never heard him whitewash it. He does look for the positive sometimes -- why not have one guy who does that?

  7. #22
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    Hahn might last a year or two but no more. Um, MSG makes anyone working under their flag to be contractual to saying mostly positive things...if anything negative, it'll be with a silver lining. That's not Hahn. He's better than that...which is why he'll get tired of this.

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