Now that Allen Iverson & Memphis have parted ways, doesn't it make sense for the Knicks to sign him?
I see no downside with bringing him to the Garden. First, there are no salary cap implications beyond this year. Next, you get to tell Chris Duhon that it's time to get that Master's Degree back at Duke. And finally, you give your fans someone to watch this winter.
I am almost at the point of feeling sorry for Knick fans. Most of them think the good old days were the Ewing years. Memo to Knick fans: that was not basketball, that was rugby with an orange ball that the Reily/Van Gundy Knicks were playing.
All that grabbin and holdin set the game back to the Peach Basket days. The Knicks-Heat playoff games from the 90's are particularly unwatchable now.
The scores of those games 75-73, etc. reminded me of my high school transcript.
But back to Iverson. Sign him up, give him the ball and let him run.
Just don't expect him to practice.
Allen Iverson says practive 20 times in a press conference. One for the ages.
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