Wednesday, April 16, 2008

New York Knicks' Season Ends-Finally!

Finally, the New York Knicks' turbulent season finally came to an end on Wednesday night with 132-123 loss to the Indiana Pacers. The loss is the team's 59th loss this season, which ties a franchise record from the 2005-2006 season. Hopefully, the end of the regular season for the Knicks will serve as a catalyst for a massive overhaul of the entire organization that is long overdue. The first priority of the Knicks' off-season should be the firing of Isiah Thomas. During Isiah Thomas' reign as Head Coach, the Knicks are a pitiful 56-108. If the record wasn't enough, Isiah has been involved several disagreements with star players Zach Randolph, Quentin Richardson, and Stephon Marbury. You also can't forget about the sexual assault controversy involving Isiah Thomas and former Knicks employee Anucha Browne Sanders. All year fans have been calling for the firing of Isiah. That decision lies in the hands of new Knicks President of Basketball Operations, Donnie Walsh, who according to ESPN, will make his decision regarding Thomas' future on Thursday. Donnie Walsh is no stranger to firing Isiah, as you may recall he fired Isiah Thomas as the Head Coach of the Indiana Pacers following the 2002-2003 season. Bottomline: Donnie Walsh, please fire Isiah. By firing Isiah Thomas, Donnie Walsh would be ridding the Knicks of the Cancer that is Isiaih Thomas and doing more good for the organization than Isiah has done in his entire tenure.
-Ryan Kutey

1 comment:

Anonymous said...

As a longtime fan of the Detroit Pistons, it pains me to see what a jerk Thomas has turned out to be. Of course, the Bad Boys teams were not a very likable bunch, except Dumars.