You didn’t think I’d leave this one alone, did ya? It’s one thing to restrain oneself from waxing poetic about one former Mets player’s issues with anal fissures, it’s another thing entirely to go silent about a man who is single-handedly trying to stick it up the ass of New York Knicks fans.
Frank Isola, one of our favorite local Knicks beat reporters, reports in today’s NY Daily News that the irrepressibly moronic James Dolan continues to put his faith behind Zeke as head coach in discussions with potential incoming GMs.
Unfortunately, we have neither the time nor the energy to further discuss this story at any length…which is actually fairly convenient as it’s left us ostensibly speechless. Instead, we will only quickly pay heed to one of our favorite Zeke-related quotes from this season, a season that could blow any midday soap’s best efforts out of the water.
From Isola’s unnamed source:
“There isn’t a basketball executive alive who would keep Isiah as head coach, but Jim is telling whoever he interviews, ‘I would prefer to keep Isiah but you do what you have to do,’” said the source, who is close to Dolan, the Garden chairman. “If Isiah isn’t the coach, Jim still wants him to stay in the organization in some capacity.”
We love the first sentence. And with that we leave our readers with an age-old proverb. Mr. Dolan, this would be an accurate word to describe your actions as owner of this once-proud franchise.
The definition of insanity is doing the same thing over and over and expecting different results.
The LCG staff awards you no points and may g-d have mercy on your soul.
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