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05-22-2008, 01:30 AM
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Originally Posted by danno2530 View Post
I agree with what you are saying, but in the NBA sometimes it just takes one player to make a team, look at Lebron in Cleveland. Rose is certainly that type of player, if he panned out the way everyone thinks, he could have definitely turned this team around (as long as the right moves were made around him of course) in no time.

There's still a chance to get a good player at 6, but considering how bad this team was, it has to be a disappointment to finish that low.
You can go into every draft in the past and find players that "are" going to be superstars. Lebron was on a different plane.

As bad as the Knicks are, they are not "one" player away much in the way that Chicago is...they've been rebuilding the correct way for years now.

I think this could actually be a good thing in that we most likely will get a good player but not one that will effect our place in the standings. Meaning next year we'll have a shot probably at a top 3.

When we got Ewing we never got a chance to get another top young player for him to grow with ...

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