Fat Kat wrote:thebuzzardman wrote:Sark wrote:Dr Oz saying the most important thing is to not rush it.
My money is on the Knicks rushing him back.
My money is on KP hiring Dr Oz to run his rehab, he uses essential oils to help heal his ACL, and KP crumples in a heap his first game back.
I tend to be a little pessimistic though.
Don't know why folks are painting the organization as the boogie man. Everything that has happened and will happen is on KP and Janis. Maybe, just maybe he should've trained here with pros and skipped the entire Latvian excursion. I'm interested to see what he does now.
Seriously? This organization has been a circus for decades now. And don't get me wrong, I'm not saying that Knicks are somehow to blame for the fact that KP got injured - that seemed like a freak (no pun intended) accident more than anything. But surely you can't be surprised if people are worried about Knicks getting KP the best help possible and making all the right decisions for his long term health. For every right decision the Knicks have made in last 2 decades, there also seem to be at least 2 or 3 major blunders commited. This video sums the Knicks up pretty well: