Found September 10, 2012 on
The Sports Rocker:
The headline says it all.
"Isiah Thomas might be re-joining the New York Knicks."
Congratulations, Knicks fans. You have officially surpassed the Bobcats for having the worst front office in the NBA. We're putting the Knicks fans suicide watch on threat level "imminent."
"What? Me worry?"This comes only five months after he was finally fired from Florida International after a three-year record of 26-65.
Thomas was a Hall-of-Fame point guard with the Pistons. But everything he has done since retiring from his playing days has been marred with awfulness. From being fired from the Knicks office one time already, to holding secret workouts for potential NBA draft picks, Thomas's trail of destruction stretches through several states.
If Thomas does in fact re-join the Knicks staff, expect a full-scale mutiny in New York. Knicks ownership should also keep in mind there's that other team in New York now. MSG might not be the hottest ticket in town.
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