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So this writer has a lot of respect for Isiah Thomas, right? [8D]
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MBC2K4_old
Isaiah Thomas has the exact opposite of the Midas touch when it comes to being a general manager. Everything he touches turns to crap.
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kind of like kobe

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wiscott90
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ORIGINAL: MBC2K4

Isaiah Thomas has the exact opposite of the Midas touch when it comes to being a general manager. Everything he touches turns to crap.


Don't forget how he drove the CBA right into the ground.....he has absolutely no friends in La Crosse......I can assure you that.
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So this writer has a lot of respect for Isiah Thomas, right? [8D]


I think you would be hard pressed to find Anyone who respects him as a GM!

I agree with MBC he has ruined everything he has tried to manage. especially the CBA. The Pacers were in poor shape when he left, and now with the knicks he keeps making moves that are just mind boggling. Im just thrilled the Bucks were able to unload Tim Thomas on him. lol
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wiscott90
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The trade of Kurt Thomas, the best bigman they had for Quentin Richardson (and his overpriced contract) only compounds their hopeless salary cap situation. Channing Frye is not the answer to all of their problems inside, despite having Spike Lee's approval on the pick. He's not big, strong or tough enough to be an impact center in the league. Acquiring Nate Robinson (21st pick) in the Quentin Richardson deal from the Suns gives them a scrappy backup point guard, but the Knicks focus should be on cutting down the salary cap before it begins to approach the national deficit. David Lee brings energy, but there were many other more talented players on the baord at 30. The deal adding Quentin Richardson is essentially one step forward two steps back. They are stockpiling overpriced perimeter players with no concern of their cap nor apparently winning a championship. All things being equal, Richardson is the talent in the deal, but the contract is out of hand. The Suns sure appreciate having a clueless GM like Isaiah Thomas around. They've been able to dump a number of their long term salary cap problems off on the Knicks (Marbury, and now Q). The Spurs were able to add the key piece (bigman Nazr Mohammad) to their team to win the title this year. The question many are beginning to wonder is how Isaiah still has a job.

LOL....this was the best part of the whole article.



LOL reading this just made my afternoon LOL!!! [:-]
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Butterstuff_old
The trade of Kurt Thomas, the best bigman they had for Quentin Richardson (and his overpriced contract) only compounds their hopeless salary cap situation. Channing Frye is not the answer to all of their problems inside, despite having Spike Lee's approval on the pick. He's not big, strong or tough enough to be an impact center in the league. Acquiring Nate Robinson (21st pick) in the Quentin Richardson deal from the Suns gives them a scrappy backup point guard, but the Knicks focus should be on cutting down the salary cap before it begins to approach the national deficit. David Lee brings energy, but there were many other more talented players on the baord at 30. The deal adding Quentin Richardson is essentially one step forward two steps back. They are stockpiling overpriced perimeter players with no concern of their cap nor apparently winning a championship. All things being equal, Richardson is the talent in the deal, but the contract is out of hand. The Suns sure appreciate having a clueless GM like Isaiah Thomas around. They've been able to dump a number of their long term salary cap problems off on the Knicks (Marbury, and now Q). The Spurs were able to add the key piece (bigman Nazr Mohammad) to their team to win the title this year. The question many are beginning to wonder is how Isaiah still has a job.

LOL....this was the best part of the whole article.
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