Found November 02, 2012 on Knicks Fanatics Blog:
We've waited, said TWT ( a Steady-isum for Time will Tell ).... for this very moment for a very long time.  Tonight is the last night the Knicks will be known as good. Tonight will be the start of something no MSM would believe or even dare to believe. The Knicks will be known as the team to beat on their way to the Championship.Tonight will be the last time even Barkley question's this teams desire or talent to roll over the entire league.  MELO knows this is his year to be  MVP.Few pundantss have noted the 28 year old Anthony is ready to lead the most talented Knick team in over a decade, to the Promised land. Am I too hyped? NO. Just a die hard fan that can respect the combo of young and older Veterans ... ( Chandler, Kidd and Rasheed with Rings) and a vastly underrated coach in Mike Woodson to finally bring the perfect storm together, to CRUSHany team in our path.  NO excuses will be accepted, Even with Amare and Shumpert missing will not slow down this Storm. Our team i...
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