Is this the way all Knicks fans feel but only the kids can show you their frustatation?
The reaction and expression on this kids face is priceless. Never mind that he looks eight or nine years old, he is acting like a grown man and that makes it even funnier when you stop and think about it
At Michigan he wore #10, the same uniform number hid dad wore at UTEP and later the NBA. Tim Hardaway Jr. will have to pick a different number as a pro, because his new team, the New York Knicks, retired #10 (worn by Hall of Famer Walt Frazier) more than 33 years ago
Austin Croshere may have retired as a member of the Spurs, but he will always be a Pacer. The Providence graduate was drafted by the Pacers in 1997 and played in Indiana until he was traded to Dallas in 2006
A short time ago in a galaxy far, far away I was a business and economics student (not a very good one, but that's neither here nor there). There is a theory in business and marketing that every product has a 'life-cycle
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