After years and years of embarrassment, turmoil, scandal, and chaos, Donnie Walsh has done a great job cleaning Isiah's mess. We knew that he would have to make drastic moves, many that I would disagree with, but ultimately had to be done. It broke my heart when he traded Jamal Crawford, but he shed salary, which he needed to do for the future. Zach Randolph hurt as well, but again, more money off the cap along with ridding themselves of a locker room destroyer. So many of the Knicks failures were because they refused to rebuild from the bottom up. Instead, they looked for the quick fix, trading away their youth for underachieving "almost there" talent. That is the exact way a franchise stays in mediocrity. To think, Eddy Curry cost us the second pick in the draft, which equated to Tyrus ...
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