Championship? Not anytime soon Knicks Fans
March 26, 2011
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OOOOooo baby lets keep the hate flowin today. About a month ago the Knicks “pulled off” ( I use that term liberally) the trade for Carmelo Anthony and Chauncey Buh Buh Buh Buh Billups. This news sent the social networks abuzz with Knicks fans rejoicing the fact that they just landed one of the top 5 players in the NBA (funny I didn’t know I had so many friends that were Knicks fans until then). The Knicks were playing solid basketball and experiencing a re-emergence of sorts with the solid play of A’mare Stoudemire and some other guys (note: you couldn’t pay me to watch the NBA so don’t expect me to know any of the hacks on the Knicks). With the arrival of Melo, everybody in the Big Apple was talking championships(3:40 mark) . All anyone could talk about was what it would be like to bring a championship back to NY*. I don’t know what it is about the NBA, maybe it’s the obscene guaranteed contracts, star player is more important than coach mentality, or the fact that some teams throw ridiculous parties in the middle of the summer when they sign two free agents and immediately start saying things like “we are going to win 6 titles” (See Heat, Miami). This was different though, Melo was coming home. He dreamed about winning that stupid looking NBA championship trophy his entire life.
I don’t know why that basketball is trying to fit into that coffee cup
Of course as soon as he threw on the Blue & Orange all the Knicks would have to do is show up and they would soon be on parade floats in the canyon of heroes. Guess what Knicks fans? As im sure you are aware, it’s not exactly going as planned. 5 game losing streak with the latest effort coming up short against the Milwaukee Bucks. The Bucks?!?! In the words of Sir Charles “ That is Tuuuurrriiiblle.” Its has brought a smile to my face though as I now don’t see any new FB status updates, or tweets about the beginning of a new dynasty. And lets be honest: The less we have to see of Spike lee, the better.
Surprisingly, choosing that hat was NOT the stupidest thing he did today
*Side Note-Bring a championship back to NY? The god damn Yankees have 27 Championships that they “brought back to NY.” If I ever hear a Knick fan complain about lack of titles, im going to suggest they gargle razorblades.