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Isiah Thomas’ much-maligned history with the New York Knicks is well documented. But so is his love fest with James Dolan, the only person in the entire organization who continues to tolerate his presence. It’s unfortunate that Dolan is the final decision maker, so there’s really nothing anyone can do about this, but at least he doesn’t have a job with the team. Yet.
Nets Owner Mikhail Prokhorov Calls Knicks Owner James Dolan “That Little Man,” Is My New Favorite Owner
After the Knicks officially declined to match the offer sheet he signed with the Houston Rockets, Jeremy Lin let everyone know how “excited and honored” he was to rejoin the team that cut him back in December. He would have been more excited, though, to stay right where he was.
Jeremy Lin is officially leaving the New York Knicks for the Houston Rockets, and there’s a pretty large contingent of Knicks fans that are furious. Since Twitter has pretty much become the place for incensed sports fans to vent about incompetent front offices, we figured we’d comb the social media site for some reactions to the end of Linsanity. We were not disappointed with what we found.
The Knicks may have withheld important information from fans to protect their financial interests. What else is new?
You’ve probably heard a lot about Cablevision honcho James Dolan, and chances are it’s been overwhelmingly negative…and almost entirely, if not all, about his ownership of the New York Knicks. But Dolan owns the Rangers, too, and don’t underestimate his ability to say ill-advised things about them.
You might remember “Fix The Knicks,” a song penned by Knicks owner/destroyer James Dolan, and how we predicted Knicks fans would not be “Fix The Knicks” fans. Well, someone else isn’t a fan, either: the most successful coach in NBA history.
Knicks Owner James Dolan Has A Song Called “Fix The Knicks,” Seemingly Written To Enrage Knicks Fans
Loving the New York Knicks and hating Knicks owner James Dolan are mutually inclusive propositions. We can’t imagine there’s a single Knicks fan out there who likes Dolan, a remarkable anti-feat “achieved” by precious few truly horrendous owners (we’re talking really, really horrendous here).
And so when Dolan gets on stage with his band and sings a song called “Fix The Knicks” when it’s painfully obvious his stewardship is doing anything but, we have to wonder: is he trying to troll fans of his team? And along those same lines, we wish the concert for the video above had been filled with disgusted Knicks fans. That would have been a show.
Today, an NBA owner filled in for Al Green at a concert headlined by Aretha Franklin. He proceeded to sing songs about fixing the team he owns, and changing his 1-year-olds dirty diaper. This is where amazing happens.
Donnie Walsh Is Gone, So The New York Knicks Can Get Back To The Important Work Of Destroying Their Franchise
Knicks fans were stunned to learn today that GM Donnie Walsh, who many credit with the team’s recent turnaround, would be stepping down at the end of the month. Conspiracy theories abound.