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JUMP ON THE BANDWAGON

For years Charles Barkley has been saying that the Knicks have not been that good. This year he believes they can go far and put up a good fight against Miami for the Eastern Division.

5 Comments

  1. tedlabs says:

    I know its too early to jump on the bandwagon but as a life-long Knicks fan..you have to like whats happening. Under Mike Woodson the Knicks have a regular season record of 24-6. I agree the KNicks will need to see what happens when Amare and Shumpert return..but Carmelo is the leader of this team and they will fall in line to what is being preached in the locker room. On a lighter side chuck, I am a Brooklyn native and won’t root for the Nets because they have not won anything. Until they make the playoffs and advance, they will always be the other team in NYC.

  2. B says:

    Unfortunilty had to work, live in S.A. But born bread rasied in the boogie down BX..We have our team, 99 mil is 99 problems like Jigga said!..spend that cheeda on our bench for miami in the playoff’s..P.S. and yes 99 mil should be our cheerleada til we find someone who come to work not call off like he did for the suns!! ( Shaq I put on short sleave shirts with my suit in the summer out here!!!!

  3. sedric white says:

    I want you to tell shaq and the media im still talking about whooping his a.. in the ring I got your back Chucky .tell him I give up 100 lbs or more to him bring it on

  4. Bev says:

    Sorry Guys, but I agree with the Chuckster. lol

  5. Boxcart says:

    Chuck is always right…Kenny and Shaq never have anything important to say…

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