The last two years have been quite an undertaking for Eddy Curry. In addition to dealing with what seemed like countless personal issues, Curry was limited to just three games in the 2008-09 season due to injury and ôpersonalö matters. It is hard to believe the often-out-of-shape Curry would have made a difference for the Knicks last year even if he did manage to get some playing time. The team struggled, finishing 32-50 in a season in which the revolving door never stopped. With the team in need of a strong rebounder and defender, it is doubtful that the uninspired Curry could have provided any type of relief in those areas. Times are different now. The revolving door has finally come to a pause, and the Knicks now have a mix of raw, young talent and expiring contracts. The time has com ...
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