"He is exactly where Scott Layden was a few years ago."
Cannot disagree more! This team is far younger and with actual potential to grow. This comment incenses me....
Interestingly, the rest of post seems to validate Isiah - You say the team needs a wholesale change and that true ambition is necessary to knock this team out of its doldrums. But that's what Isiah tried to do with two huge trades for Curry and Steph and one smaller one with Crawford. None have worked out as well as he had hoped (or I believed) or as well as Isiah would say. Ironically, Isiah has done much better when having more modest goals, i.e. picking up role players.
It's an interesting debate on whether the team should be allowed to grow or if wholesale changes are necessary. But I cannot countenance any suggestion that we are in the same place as in the Layden years.
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Here, dear readers, is the final resting place of all weary Knicks fans. Yes, here is where one comes when James Dolan extends yet another contract, when the Knicks trade for yet another ambulatory star, or when said fan simply hits 'rock' bottom. In short, "the ship be" eternally "sinking" here. Welcome aboard, rearrange the deck chairs as you please.