The Key to the Knicks Season: Eddie Curry?

November 12th, 2009 by George Mercurio Leave a reply »
When this season started, all the Knicks were back from last year. They had with a full training camp together under their respective belts, not to mention a healthy Danilo Galliari, and two promising rookies in Jordan Hill and Toney Douglas. 

Everything pointed to improvement, right? 

Wrong.  After matching their all-time worst start at 1-8, the only thing that appears as if it may improve is their status at the lottery draft.  That is, if they hadn’t forfeited their lottery pick courtesy of the—are you ready?—Stephon Marbury deal.

But wait.  There is one player who was not around last year for most of the season and the beginning of this one.  And this player just may be the difference maker, the only flotation device for a season that already appears to be drowning.  

The only player left for the Knicks to pin their fragile hopes on is their 6-foot-11, 300 and-who-knows-what pound center, Eddie Curry. Team sources say he may be ready to go in as soon as a week.

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