Sprewell4Three wrote:mtcan wrote:Sprewell4Three wrote:
And New Orleans would have been better? AD can’t wait to leave. So what’s your point ? New Orleans is not a better situation.
New management...likely a more competent president running things in David Griffin...the Pelicans deserve the chance to try. And AD isn't out...not yet. It is still conceivable AD stays especially if Zion is as good as advertised.
But in NY...the fish rots from the head...and that's James Dolan. GMs may change and coaches may come and go but as long as Dolan is the owner...no number of chances is enough.
Stop, AD is not staying. They couldn't build around CP3 - one of the greatest PG ever. They've been handed 2 excellent players the past 20 years and have 0 championships to show for it. ZERO!
The Knicks haven't had the chance to draft a CP3 and or AD talent since Patrick Ewing. But yet we have fans like you who think the Knicks don't deserve the chance to draft Zion? knowing it usually takes one player to change the fortunes of a franchise. You guys are something else, I swear.
The lottery balls bounce the way they do...nothing anyone could do about it. It isn't about the Knicks not deserving a chance...but it isn't the reality. So why shouldn't the team who won the lottery get to draft him? Like I said...pure salty.
And you don't want me to name off all the failures of the Knicks franchise in the last 20 years alone...I might exceed the maximum character limit.
I believe the Hornets/Pelicans have made the playoffs more than the Knicks in the last 10 years...amiright? They have been doing something right in those years.