Thursday December 29, 2005 12:06 pm
What Is Larry Brown Doing?
The New York Knicks lost again last night to the Orlando Magic, dropping their record to 7-20. With this loss, they are now tied for the second worse record in the entire league, and have already played 18 different starting lineups. This year many Knick fans were hoping for a shot at the 8th seed in the Eastern Conference, but this is now pretty much a long shot, with no help in sight.
Larry Brown has to take a large portion of the blame for their disappointment. I thought he would be heading this team at least in the right direction, but right now they are clueless on the court, and the team has no identity. My biggest gripe with Larry Brown’s coaching is that he hasn’t even set on a rotation yet. All 15 players on the roster still don’t know their roles for the team, and Stephon Marbury has convinced me he is not an effective leader. I was hoping that Marbury’s circumstances in New Jersey and Phoenix weren’t entirely his fault, but his track record now speaks for itself.
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