Posts Tagged ‘Chris Bosh’

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Countdown to NBA Free Agency

June 2, 2010

I left LBJ out for a reason

Yes ladies and gentleman, in case you were wondering, Dwayne Wade, Chris Bosh, Lebron James and Josh Smith will all be available as free agents this next month.

July 1st is a month away and players on that date will be eligible to sign with any team that can afford them. There are two types of free agents that will be courted, unrestricted and restricted. Talk of New York sports will describe what each means in the upcoming weeks so that you are well prepared for water cooler show downs.

For the countdown to free agency, TONY Sports will also cover topics like the NBA salary cap, free agent scouting reports, team salaries and the always confusing sign and trade scenario amongst others.

So stay tuned and tell a friend to tell a friend!

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See Yaaaaaaaa!!!

April 13, 2010

Will one come or none at all?

Truth be told, the only superstars we may have next season might be Danilo Gallinari and Wilson Chandler. At least two players with star potential, well maybe Danilo.

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The Mirage of Free Agency 2010

April 9, 2010

Going to the Knicks??..HAHAHAHAHAHAHA

 

All in all the Knicks got under the cap for July 1st. Will it be enough to land a marquee player, and get this once respectable franchise out of the mud? 

Time will tell and so far no good. 

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The Once and Future King

March 2, 2010

Please Lord... bring LBJ to NYC

The most consistent Knick has been Donnie Walsh. When he was hired to replace Isaiah Thomas he vowed to get the Knicks back under the cap for the cream of the crop free agency class of 2010, headed by Lebron James.  As of today the Knicks have the most money to spend this summer and can afford to add two hefty maximum contracts to their pay-roll.

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I grew up in New York but was never a fan of the Knicks…

November 12, 2009
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I wish this never happened

If you’re a late 20 something male New Yorker like myself I’m sure you’ve heard those words rapped by the late great Lamont Coleman, otherwise known as Big L. Big L for those who don’t know, was probably the dopest lyricist to ever come out of Harlem, not Jim Jones, Camron, Juelz Santana or God forbid Mase. He was unexpectedly taken from us in 1999 when he was slain outside of his apartment on 139th street. Though I never agreed with what he said there were definitely times in my life where I was close to ditching the Knicks. Read the rest of this entry ?