NBA Free Agents 2010: Why New York Knicks Shouldn’t Shoot For The Stars

June 28th, 2010 by Mike A Leave a reply »
Former Denver Broncos' tight end Shannon Sharpe had a reputation for letting his mouth run like a faucet.

Never was this more apparent then in the days prior to Super Bowl XXXIII when he engaged in a rivalry with Atlanta Falcons' Pro-Bowl corner back Ray Buchanan.

Buchanan ripped Sharpe to shreds with his trash talk, saying he looked like Mr. Ed.

When Sharpe was informed of this banter he gave us a response that has since lived in infamy, "I'm not gonna get into a peeing contest with a skunk, you'll lose every time."

As silly as it sounds, Knicks' President Donnie Walsh should take a lesson from Shannon Sharpe here.

The New York Knicks cannot get into a peeing contest this summer, because if they do, they'll lose.

Allow me to make a connection here between Shannon's statement and the New York Knicks' situation:

It's looking more and more likely by the day that this summer's three most highly touted free agents-LeBron James, Chris Bosh, and Dwyane Wade, will be playing their home games away from the Big Apple.

While not giving up hope, (Although it seems like it's about time to start) Wa ...

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