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  1. Trying times for Marbury

    Chris Broussard

    A few weeks ago, I sat at Madison Square Garden and watched the fans serenade Patrick Ewing with praise. Ewing, back in town as an assistant coach with Orlando, clearly enjoyed the adulation, waving to the crowd while smiling from ear to ear. As the...

    Blog | Conversation | December 03, 2007
  2. Sweet vindication in Orlando

    Chris Broussard

    I'm not going to go overboard in praising the Orlando Magic (9-2) after their impressive victory over Boston on Sunday. After all, Boston was going to lose at some point, and the Magic started 13-4 last season. But so far, "Vindication" is the the...

    Blog | Conversation | November 19, 2007
  3. Isiah loses loyalty, respect

    Chris Broussard

    Through all the criticism, questionable moves and scandal, Isiah Thomas has always had one thing going for him as president, GM and coach of the Knicks: His players' loyalty and respect. The Knicks would have run through the walls of Madison Square...

    Blog | Conversation | November 16, 2007
  4. After a buyout, Marbury fits Miami

    Chris Broussard

    The Knicks claim they only buy out players they believe can no longer play NBA-level basketball. That's revisionist history since Jalen Rose, Shandon Anderson, Maurice Taylor and Dan Dickau all signed with other teams after being paid millions by th...

    Blog | Conversation | November 14, 2007
  5. Isiah trial bringing fireworks

    Chris Broussard

    I first met Isiah Thomas the summer before I entered seventh grade. Actually, I didn't meet him; I was just in his presence. He had just finished a terrific freshman season at Indiana, and I was attending Bobby Knight's basketball camp on the Bloomi...

    Blog | Conversation | September 12, 2007
  6. Paper Knicks

    Chris Broussard

    On paper, the New York Knicks are flat-out nice. Stephon Marbury and Jamal Crawford starting at guard. Zach Randolph and Quentin Richardson at the forward spots, and Eddy Curry at center. Rebounder extraordinaire David Lee, energy bugs Renaldo Bal...

    Blog | Conversation | June 29, 2007