I'll be shocked if this guy gets another NBA coaching job.
Dude should've been fired awhile back, and even more so the second he let Lin become to main guy on that team. I bet the Knick players call him a chink behind his back all the time
it's the knicks that are fucking stupid then. It's D'antoni what the fuck did you expect?
stephen A, read the comments section
"Steven A is such a token of espn/disney. They choose to allow you to spew your stupid opinions because it gives them demographic diversity."
Pringles is the Bob Hill for the new millenium.
When the invaders came they brought our greatest fear. Not of them, but of us. They stripped away our hopes of what humanity could be, shined a light on the ugly reality of what we were. We saw that humanity would not stand as one. Those willing to fight would have to stand alone. But still we stood.
They came in wave after unrelenting wave, barely any attempt to avoid our fire. It was like no matter the death toll it was all just a game to them. Maybe victory was just a second thought to the little bastards. What they wanted was to see the moment when we broke, when we'd see that no matter how desperate our defense they had already won. But still we stood.
And now the invaders are gone. Seems as though they are forgotten already. What of us that fought and remain? Do we deserve the same fate as the foe we battled?
you think the white media will go after this guy like they did Zeke...
I'm just glad that a well respected white guy failed in NY so we can how racism really works in America....
You have a HOF black player in Zeke that failed in NY and was crucified to the nth degree...
Now you have well respected white coach (coached a previous 2-time MVP) has 2 all-stars and young Asian phenom in the making, a defensive big in Chandler - basically everything that Zeke didn't have...and watch the media throw him softballs...they way they went at Zeke you would have thought he killed the pope or some shit...
Forged Alliance of the Supreme Allied Commanders:
"Colin Powelll and Norman Schwarzkopff":
This article is right about D'antoni.
Still doesn't get in to the facts on how Melo is also one-dimensional as a player, and on of the most overrated players in the last 10-15 years.
Sometimes you get the bear, sometimes the bear gets you.
Also, the Knicks defense was pretty good overall this season. It was the offense that was horrendous.
Different situation with Isiah. He ran the team into the ground. He had control over personnel moves and loaded the team with awful contracts year after year. He did way more damage to the Knicks than D'antoni who should get criticized as well as a one-dimensional coach.
Isiah has been a disaster every where he's been since he retired, whether its Toronto, the CBA, the Knicks, and now Florida International.
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