Tear them down to the ground.
While hiring former Pacers CEO Donnie Walsh was a good first step, the Knicks clearly have a long way to go. Obviously, Isiah has to be fired, but what I’m suggesting here is a complete overhaul... and when I say complete, I mean everyone.
The Knicks organization needs to quickly distance itself from this era of losing. To do that, I think that they have to completely demolish the culture it thrived in. Trade everyone. Get rid of every last player. I know... it sounds crazy, but in reality, none of those players are irreplaceable. Jamal Crawford has played great lately, but even he's expendable.
I know it will never happen, but I think that it would be the only way to make the extreme type of statement that needs to be made in New York. They need a fresh start.
From the Blogosphere...
CowboyB has his thoughts about the NFL's proposed rule changes for the 2008 season. This member likes the new rule that would require a receiver to come down in bounds, even if being pushed by a defender, but he's not so sure that the proposed "no-hair policy" is a good idea.
In his first attempt at a blog, E2EK1EL hits a home run with his MLB overview. Is the NL West actually the best division in baseball? Take a look...
Refusing to stick all the loaded lineups at the top of the list, lilman_bigskill gives us his version of MLB Power Rankings, which may be a little different then you would find elsewhere. The Kansas City Royals at No. 4?!
Dookisevil is having problems with her keyboard, but she still manages to give the Community a blog... about her broken keyboard. It's a little disheveled, but I think it came out OK.
In The Fantasy Life, Dave Richard gets a head start on his 2008 player projections, starting with Laurence Maroney. Dave also tells the us how he goes about determining his projections, so anybody who plays fantasy football (everybody) might want to check this out.