The Barge is beached, possibly for the season.It had to happen. Look at his history.Pressure to win is off really.Everyone is hurt.I'm predicting a pull together win tonight vs Kemba.Carmelo has something to prove.Reality is everybody should be loose because Ming is taking the weight for everything.Dolan put together a mismatched set from getgo.JKidd and the vets held it down last year.Carm is not a leader, never was.Look at his Denver history.Great scorer, but great scorers are usually very selfish.Excepting the Slim Reaper.He's busting his ass waiting for Westbrook.Carms will fit in nicely behind a leader.Look for him to force a sign and trade so he gets his 30 mil.It is what it is.Dolan is the problem if you love the Knix.Like the old Giant's situa, they made money but stank, until they ceded operation to prof management.DWalsh turned the team around and didn't want Carm.Did it to keep his job.He also wanted Mark Jackson until DoDo-lan went for the flash and got D'Ant.Laker management and Knix management have a lot in common.They are no-nothing losers.Step away and count your money.Leave Kupchak alone and bring in Jerry West or PJackson to GM the Knicks.Woody is not a terrible coach.He's so so.His milynay players tuned him out in Atlanta and now they're doing it in NY.It's Carmelo's team.If he set the example Woody's schemes would be followed.Willis Reed, Frazier, DeB, Bradley set the golden example.They followed the coach because they all believed in team.Pop had been doing the same for over a decade in SA.Test for you.Who is the owner in SA?You don't know do you.That's because they are smart enough to let someone with brains build it.They just come to count the money.Any questions?
According to Forbes‘ list, the four most valuable teams in the league — the Knicks (valued at $1.5 billion), Lakers ($1.35 billion), Bulls ($1 billion) and Celtics ($875 million), respectively — remain unchanged, although Chicago becomes just the third team to crack the $1 billion benchmark. The first shift comes in the No. 5 slot, where the Nets made the leap from their No. 9 ranking in 2013. Brooklyn’s valuation showed the biggest increase by percentage between 2013 and 2014, as the upswing of $250 million in value represented an increase of 47.1%.
Imagine what the Knix would be worth if they won a game?Trade Dolan to the Eagles.It's a win-win.