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Isiah Thomas is employed again no really he is

Posted by Thomas the Terrible on April 15, 2009

In a state known more for hurricanes, mullets and jorts comes one man to turn the college basketball scene upside down and that is Isiah Thomas. 

Now history tells us that Isiah Thomas as a coach is well…dreadful but that was at the pro level. There is no telling what he will or can do at a college level. However I believe that Thomas’ qualifications to coach a college team are nil. 

Let’s run review his qualifications and I’ll you decide: 

  • 30 years ago he played 2 years for Bobby Knight
  • He took a conference champion to a .500 record and three straight first-round playoff defeats. 
  • He bankrupted the entire ABA league.
  • He ruined the New York Knicks who at the time was a historically proud NBA franchise. 

Those things alone should bring fear to any athlete director but then there are these things that took place when he was in charge of the Knicks to consider: 

  • An $11 million sexual harassment suit
  • Accusations of racism
  • Stephan Marbury
  • OD’ing on sleeping pills to only blame the daughter
  • He’s an asshole 

It would be hard for Florida International not to get better considering their record this past season and the antics of Thomas’ past might even land them some games on ESPN but did they sell their soul in order to obtain Thomas? We see what a disaster he was at the Knicks so you should wonder if he is even capable at reading an NCAA rulebook. However you can look at it like this: If Isiah can find another job; the economy must finally be on the mend. 

Rumor has it that the students have already petitioned to change the school’s abbreviation:




In a related story, Flip Saunders has agreed to coach the Wizards. 

This is the man that FIU should have hired!

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Can Isiah Thomas’ life get any worse?

Posted by Thomas the Terrible on January 16, 2009


The answer is yes, yes it can! After running the Knicks into the ground and attempting suicide (only to attempt and blame it on your daughter) one would think his life really can’t get any worse than right now or nothing could embarrass him any worse than that little sexual harassment case. Oh how one can be so mistaken.

There really isn’t an easy way to put this so I’ll just say it.

The brother of Isiah Thomas, Preston, showed his love for God by peeing on a church. I don’t think either God or the nice police officer than arrested him was amused.

“Thomas, 52, of 279 Columbine Drive, Clarendon Hills, was arrested at 9:15 a.m. Jan. 8 at Notre Dame Parish, 64 Norfolk Ave. He was charged with public urination.

Thomas was seen urinating near the church building by a passing motorist, as well as a teacher and student at Notre Dame School. He later was arrested at Golf and Chicago avenues.”

Subsequently, Preston Thomas blamed the urinating incident on his daughter.

I know many of you are reading that and thinking “Notre Dame and Penis? Is this a Brady Quinn joke?” Nope it’s not.

Sly Stallone is thankful that Frank Stallone would never pee on a church.

Remember that classic skit about R. Kelly?

♪ Haters wanna hate,
Lovers wanna love,
I don’t even want,
None of the above,
I want to piss on you.
Yes, I do, I’ll piss on you,
I’ll pee on you. ♪

Honestly hasn’t peed on a church in a drunken stupor before?Wait, he was arrested at 9:15 AM on a Thursday…

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Since Eddy Curry is a NBA failure maybe he’s a better gay sexual harasser

Posted by Thomas the Terrible on January 14, 2009

Even though Isiah Thomas is no longer with the Knicks per say, I believe his presence is still being felt by the team. After a year of Isiah Thomas drama the Knicks have a new scandal to deal with and this one is outrageous and incredible one can only attribute it to Isiah Thomas.

Eddy Curry will down in the history of the NBA as a flop, but today he is somewhat a news maker because his former chauffeur, David Kuchinsky, is accusing Curry of unimaginable acts that make Curry sound disturbingly gay with a penchant for firearms.

  • Curry repeatedly approached him in the nude allegedly telling him, “Look at me, Dave, look” and “Come and touch it, Dave.”
  • When Kuchinsky balked at some of these tasks, he claims he was verbally assaulted by Curry, including being called, “fucking Jew,” “cracker,” “white slave,” “white devil” and “grandmaster of the KKK.”
  • Making Kuchinsky perform humiliating tasks outside the scope of his employment, such as cleaning up and removing dirty towels [Curry had ejaculated into] so that his wife would not see them.
  • Curry also pointed a “fully loaded” gun at the chauffeur on two separate occasions to stop him from whining about his treatment, allegedly telling Kuchisnky, “Look, I have one in the chamber.”

Kuchinsky also says Curry owes him $68,000 in unpaid wages, and $25,000 in expenses.

First off Brady Quinn has volunteered to head an extensive undercover investigation into Mr. Kuchinsky’s claims and honestly where was this man when I was a teenager? He could have disposed of my ejaculate covered towels.

Curry states that the allegations were “absolutely false; just incredible” and “Everyone who knows me knows I’m not a racist. I guess it’s just a prime example of you just got to watch who you have around you,” Curry said, “because this is a guy who I really thought he was my friend.”

Wait a minute…Curry’s first reaction to this whole thing is “Everyone who knows me knows I’m not a racist??”

Personally, mine would have been “I don’t believe I’ve ever dangled my willy in front of another man’s face,” but hey, to each his own.

Currys accuser

Curry's accuser

By looking at Curry today he really should start harassing a salad bar so I’m surprised Eddy Curry would even have the motivation to masturbate. Remember when people were calling him Baby Shaq? That draft of 2001 was sorry and he was picked 4th overall & as of late he has had a problem finding playing time.

I admit that I believe Curry’s story and besides his accuser looks like he is wearing the Men’s Wearhouse “homosexual blackmail” line of suit.

Best comment so far about the incident? Shaq from his Twitter:

“ about eddy curry wow, i gotta go to bed on this one, geez.”

When asked for comment, the driver had no clear answer as to whether Eddy Curry was more Santonio Holmes or Chris Cooley.

Just to play devils advocate while continuing to make fun of the situation, let’s say this turns out to be all true. If so how much complaining should a convicted felon do? Really? Shouldn’t he have been happy he had a job that paid more than nothing? And, is this really the worst this guy has seen, did he spend any time in jail at all, that has to be worse than being Curry’s driver, right? At least Curry was nice enough to ask for sex instead of just sneaking up from behind.

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When (sports) parents go over the top

Posted by Thomas the Terrible on October 30, 2008

This posting will be a semi-funny/semi-serious posting. I’m going to look at three very different situations of when parents of athletes or if the parent is an athlete, go really over the top.

The first case is Tye Burke

Tye is an above average soccer dad. His daughter plays soccer so being a good dad he attends all the games. He also is teaching his little one how to treat other people with respect and keeping your cool. That is if you consider pointing a loaded gun at the head of the soccer coach’s husband respectful and keeping cool.

Investigators tell NewsChannel 11 that Burke got into a fight with the female coach of his child’s soccer team. The soccer association tells us the children playing at the time were between seven and eight years old. Apparently, the coach’s husband tried to stop Burke from yelling at his wife, and that’s when the two men got into an argument in the stands. The police report states that the victim pushed Burke, and then Burke pulled a handgun and pointed it at the victim’s head. Police say an off-duty prison guard tackled Burke, and got the gun away from him.

Just because you have a permit to carry a concealed weapon doesn’t mean you take it to a child’s soccer game. Only in Texas would a parent show up being heavily armed. Maybe he is just trying to compensate for being too much of a wimp to let his kid play youth football.

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Controversy Already Surrounds Mike D’Antoni the Newest Knicks Failure

Posted by Thomas the Terrible on May 14, 2008

The Knicks are now being shown in “3D” – Dolan, Donnie and D’Antoni, who is taking over a team that hasn’t produced a winning season in seven years and has chewed up and spit out coaches with more impressive résumés. (See: Wilkens, Lenny; and Brown, Larry.)

You can make Jesus Christ himself the coach of the Knicks. It still wouldn’t be good enough for the masses of whiny New Yorkers.

Mike D’Antoni reportedly told confidants that he was hoping to end up coaching the Chicago Bulls, while Donnie Walsh was telling Mark Jackson that he was the favorite to succeed Isiah Thomas in New York.

Of course neither happened.

Mike D’Antoni, according to his agent, didn’t like the criticism he received from the Suns’ fans during this year’s playoffs. If he doesn’t like the sound of the word “boo”, he might just want to consider having his ear canals permanently plugged. Welcome to New York, Coach.

Does he get to bring Steve Nash and Amare Stadamire with him? Knicks are still gonna suck…

As Mike D’Antoni is set to be introduced as the Knicks’ new coach, Bulls owner Jerry Reinsdorf told the Chicago Tribune that the former Suns coach “misled” him in his talks with Chicago, saying he didn’t want to coach the Knicks.

Reinsdorf = scorned ex girlfriend.

“I’m disappointed in him,” Reinsdorf told the Tribune. “I don’t know what else we could’ve done. He chose to go to New York knowing there was a good chance we would make him an offer. If he had really wanted to be in Chicago, he would’ve waited. Instead, he misled us. It’s not the end of the world, but it is somewhat rude.”

Is Reinsdorf really whining about being “misled?” It’s a BUSINESS. OF COURSE he misled you. It’s called negotiating. Ridiculous.

“He said nothing had to be done over the weekend. I also said if this proceeds to where we want to make an offer, we don’t deal with coach’s agents. He said that’s not a problem and that money wasn’t the most important thing anyway. He said he wanted a job where he was going to be happiest. He said he didn’t want to coach the Knicks.”

Jerry Reinsdorf since he joined Jenny Craig

Typical of Reinsdorf to deflect the blame onto others. He and GM John Paxson always find somebody else to blame for their own lack of success when it comes upgrading the team and their personnel. They overpay for Ben Wallace (one of the worst free agent signings of the last 3 seasons), miss out on the Pau Gasol and KG fire sales, and now this. Too bad Scott Skiles isn’t around to take the fall for this latest bungle.

Somewhere in this mess is Mark Jackson.

Jackson was so confident that he began reaching out to prospective coaches to assemble his staff and was even debating whether to move back to northern New Jersey or live near the Knicks’ training facility in Greenburgh in Westchester County.

At least one former Knicks player called Jackson last week to congratulate him and to ask him when the official announcement was coming. Six days later, D’Antoni accepted the position.

“I was obviously interested in that job, but they went in another way,” Jackson said during ABC’s telecast of Saturday’s Celtics-Cavaliers playoff game. “I wish them nothing but the best as I look at other opportunities.”

The real winner here is the Chicago Bulls. While D’Antoni is a good coach, he never showed the ability to get Phoenix from Point B to Point C, and the Suns are far more talented than the Knicks.

Walsh consulted with Dolan regarding the hiring of D’Antoni, who seemed to fit the Dolan profile: an expensive big name. Wilkens and Brown also received lucrative deals, only to survive 81 and 82 games, respectively, and get publicly humiliated along the way.

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I Declare This Franchise is Isiah Thomas Free!!! (Sort of)

Posted by Thomas the Terrible on April 19, 2008

The rain stops. The clouds clear. A small beam of sunlight shines upon the Garden once again. At long last, Isiah Thomas is out as head coach of the New York Knicks. Finally, it was like watching a wounded animal.

In one of the most heavily expected firings in NBA history, incoming Knicks president Donnie Walsh announced late today he was firing that half-brained twit relieving Thomas of his coaching duties. But Thomas, still owed $18 million after receiving a long-term contract extension 13 months ago because Dolan is either an idiot or on some heavy drugs, will remain in the organization with no official title.

Basically Thomas will have to work for his $$$. He could be the unofficial janitor or the unofficial Walsh ball licker. The possibilities are endless, but it’s a mistake. Thomas is like a franchise cancer…

“I think Isiah remaining part of the franchise is good for the organization,” Walsh said on a conference call with reporters. “I value Isiah’s knowledge of the game and his opinions, so I will use him as a resource. Isiah will be reporting to me. There will be nobody reporting to Isiah.”

Heh. Anyone else see a Gimp suit in Isiah’s future?

Donnie Walsh: “Bring out Isiah.”
Jimmy Dolan: “But Isiah’s sleeping’.”
Donnie Walsh: “Well, I guess you’re gonna have to go wake him up now, won’t you?”

If he has meaningful input he should have been giving it since the start of the season and maybe he would still be the coach. If the Knicks are truly returning to sanity, Marbury and Randolph are on the next train out.

The Knicks finished 23-59, matching the franchise record for losses, in their seventh straight losing season.

“I can’t tell you really where we failed,” Walsh said. “The bottom line is we haven’t won, and the team didn’t look like it was motivated to try to win.”

Uhhh let’s see..this season alone, Thomas was found to have sexually harassed a former team employee, feuded with point guard Stephon Marbury and benched center Eddy Curry — the players Thomas acquired in the two biggest of a number of moves that never panned out. And to reiterate that’s this season alone.

“Obviously, when you’re losing, there has to be a culture change,” he said. “There’s no easy answer. … We’ve got to work 24-7 to become competitive.”

And Thomas will be a part of that. Why I don’t know…

“I feel like some of the bigger events that happened on the way with Isiah overshadowed some of the good things” that he accomplished, Walsh said.

“I will be in touch with Isiah a lot,” he said.

Every day at lunch. “Isiah, where’s my calzone? I smell calzone. Isiah?!”

Wow…the architect of some of the worst trades in NBA history? A sexual harassment scandal? Amazing….that they still want to keep him a part of the organization. I don’t understand how an organization in New York could tolerate so much from a guy, and yet keep him for janitorial duties. I mean it boggles the mind that he held both GM and coaching positions at the same time.

Help me decide what to do with Thomas if I had to keep him, what would be the end result?

a. Isaiah gets to section A-5 but brings a broom and a dustpan
b. Isaiah brings a mop and bucket, but to section c-6
c. Isaiah brings broom and dustpan to section c-6

Chants of “Fire Isiah!” sometimes started minutes after home games, and even Dolan’s strong relationship with Thomas couldn’t convince people the coach would last.

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Isiah Thomas Acts as if He’s Done Nothing Wrong…What a Dork

Posted by Thomas the Terrible on April 17, 2008

Knicks president Donnie Walsh won’t make any decision on Isiah Thomas until at least Thursday, saying he wants to sleep on his thoughts about the team’s future before “rushing” into a decision. Basically that means he’s figuring out the proper wording to embarrass Thomas the way Thomas’ coaching skills (or lack thereof) have embarrassed the Knicks.

Walsh repeatedly deflected questions about Thomas’s fate Wednesday night, less than an hour before New York faced his former team, Indiana, in its season finale. Walsh still has not set a timetable for an announcement.

“I’m thinking all that out, being coach, whether it’s another role, and when I come to a final decision I’ll announce it,” Walsh said in the same building he called home just a month ago. “You know, these are people’s lives we’re dealing with and I’ve always treated it that way. So I think it deserves to be given that kind of dignity and respect.”

Hours before Walsh spoke, Thomas sounded like a man resigned to his fate. A man who knows his goose is cooked and since he ruined the CBA league, even that can’t save him now.

With rampant speculation about whether he’d return for a another failing season as Knicks coach, a subdued Thomas spoke philosophically about New York’s dismal season. He acknowledged it’s been one of the most challenging experiences he’s ever had in basketball and defended the job he did as both president, before Walsh arrived, and as coach.

Yes readers he defended his horrendous overall record and his asinine skills that somehow landed him a general managers position.

“What I’ve been asked to do and required to do by the Knicks, I’ve tried to perform to the best of my ability,” Thomas said before the team’s pregame shootaround. “This is a very disappointing season. I’m not used to being at the bottom. But this is what it’s like on the bottom, and this is how you get treated on the bottom. That’s how it is.”

Isiah you were asked to win games by the Knicks that hasn’t happened and if this is the best of ability then try another line of work. McDonalds is always hiring. So quit the Socrates act and step down like a man.

While the Knicks have endured seven straight losing seasons, none have compared with the turmoil of this one.

Thomas and guard Stephon Marbury engaged in a public feud that sent the season spiraling out of control after only five games. Marbury left the team in Phoenix after Thomas threatened to remove him from the starting lineup, and the Knicks lost their next six games.

Marbury was only part of the problem.

Thomas also had disagreements on the bench during games with Quentin Richardson and Zach Randolph, and his decision to replace center Eddy Curry in the starting lineup led to a loss of Curry’s confidence and a regression in his play.

“It’s hard not to take all that into consideration, because that’s the image of your franchise, but I don’t put that above doing the right thing,” Walsh said. “Obviously, some things have been much publicized and I’ve not gotten into those things. But it also overshadowed a lot of things he did that were very good for the New York Knicks.”

And even players are bracing for the expected offseason moves.

“We know that when the season winds down, there are going to be changes,” forward Jared Jeffries said, “because whenever you have a season as turbulent as we have, there are going to be changes.”

Only nine players dressed for the Knicks after their latest round of injuries. Travis Henry has nine kids alone. Backup forward Renaldo Balkman (USC dud) sat out after getting hurt in Monday night’s home finale against Boston, and forward Wilson Chandler sat out with a sprained left knee.

“I’m not looking for sympathy or anything like that,” Thomas said. “That’s sports, and basketball has been extremely good to me. You can’t be on top all the time, although I want to be. You’ve got to overcome the bad times and hold onto your dignity.”

To bad you won’t be able to hold on to your job.

“In basketball, just like in football or golf or baseball or whatever sport you choose, there are some times you get it right and some times you don’t,” he said. “I’ve had many high points in my life, and I’ve definitely had my low points. But none of it is permanent, and you keep moving forward.”

Not permanent? A church league team wouldn’t touch right now or next year or the year after or year after…

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If Madison Square Garden was a Country Tom Brokaw Wouldn’t mind an US Invasion of it.

Posted by Thomas the Terrible on April 15, 2008

What’s more pathetic than listening to the Masters XM Satellite Radio instead of watching it? The New York Knicks! I haven’t done an “Isiah Thomas sucks” post in quite awhile I was due.

Tom Brokaw took time to speak with Jim Gray at the Master yesterday but instead of talking about golf, Brokaw took the time a pleasure to rip the Knicks. There is no escaping the worst team money can buy! Here’s a transcript of what was said.

Brokaw: “The NBA, as you know I am a big fan of the NBA…or have been. I am not very happy with it at the moment. I think that they have lost their way.”


Gray: “Why not…What bothers you?”


Brokaw: “What bothers me is that a lot of the deportment is inappropriate. You know, off the court, and I think that just four or five exceptions they are not being what they ought to be to the country.”


Gray: “And you have such a large voice, I’m wondering if you have spoken to the commissioner or team officials.”


Brokaw: “No…..He certainly knows how I feel about the Knicks…and their ownership. As a season ticket holder for a long time, I won’t renew because I don’t like the attitude that that ownership has brought to the community.”


Gray: “And you have been in the front row or close to it for a long time.”


Brokaw: “I was in the front row for a while and then three rows back but not next year. I just think that they have failed their obligation to the city. I think that we have great sports franchises in New York. I think Fred Wilpon of the Mets and George Steinbrenner of the Yankees measure up and they bring to the community winning teams as best they can and make real statements about being supportive of the community. I don’t think that the Dolans have done that and I think the Garden has lost a lot of its luster as a result of their ownership and this is the first time that I have really said that out loud. But I feel very strongly about it and I think that it’s the least we can expect. They get these huge prices for people to sit in those seats, all kinds of tax advantages to owning the Garden and yet they operate as if they were a sovereign country and want to play only by their own rules. So I’m not very happy about that.”

You know it’s serious when someone of Brokaw’s caliber rips you…one can only hope Dolan has heard about it.

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This weeks Isiah Thomas sucks Post

Posted by Thomas the Terrible on January 30, 2008

Things aren’t really getting better for Isiah Thomas. It seems that his son Joshua “I’m a fuck up like dad except with less talent” Thomas was arrested recently by Bloomington Indiana police, for disorderly conduct and drinking alcohol while still being a minor.

The kicker is he was arrested after the Po Po had taken him to a local hospital to treat a swollen eye. Apparently someone in the bar hit him with a bottle or their fist. I wonder if that person was a New York Knicks fan. Oh wait never mind if they were then he would have been kidnapped and held until Thomas resigned.

When that day happens I’ll be ready to take over for Thomas. Here’s a detailed list of things I would do to make the Knicks a winning franchise again.

  1. Dangle Stephon Marbury off the Brooklyn Bridge, while asking him if he is ready to become a team player yet.
  2. Hire about 40,000 new fans.
  3. Show Eddie Curry tough love by ridiculing him for not going to college.
  4. Add Jason Kidd, Gilbert Arenas, Chauncey Billups & Steve Nash to the roster hoping to lure Tim Hardaway out of retirement.
  5. To promote team building exercises by having the team attack & disfigure James Dolan.
  6. Remind the players that every cog in the Knicks Franchise is important while they’re washing and waxing my car.
  7. Knowing what this team needs most is security and confidence that only a Hall of Fame coach can provide, try to re-hire Larry Brown.

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Larry Brown States When He Coached New York it was Like Living that Rockwell Song

Posted by Thomas the Terrible on January 23, 2008

Ah the 80’s I’ll never forget that time. I’m a child of the 80’s. It was a time of greed, Reaganomics & plenty of musical one hit wonders. People had not figured out what a freak Boy George of Culture Club was & Michael Jackson’s skin pigmentation was still black. Larry Brown former New York Knicks coach states he was living in the 80’s while coaching the hapless Knicks. He states his life was a surreal version of the 80’s hit song by Rockwell titled “Someone’s Always Watching Me”.

In the February issue of “Philadelphia” magazine, Brown states the Knicks had “spies throughout the arena” watching his every move.

“Imagine when you get to work, they don’t talk to you,” he said. “They had security people standing close to me in press conferences, and spies throughout the arena.”

Now Larry Brown realizes what others realize and that is, this was the start of “Operation I’m a Fuck Up” that was first envisioned by Isiah Thomas & placed into action by James “007” Dolan.

For the one year that Brown was the coach the Knicks compiled a 23-59 record. Thomas might break that or he might not. Brown chastised Stephon “Sexual Deviant” Marbury in public something that the entire Knicks team did earlier this season. After the season, Brown gave interview to the New York press without a “public relations official” present. That might have been what sealed his fate.

According to this story, the Knicks have used spying tactics before.

“The stories from the reporters are endless: layers of institutional paranoia; public relations officials who openly eavesdrop on private conversations with executives and players; the threat-and implementation-of cutting off reporters who are perceived to be critical of the team. “Everyone is so worried about upsetting Jim Dolan, or getting fired, and as a result people aren’t themselves,” said Mr. Beck. “If you transplanted the same individuals and put them in another city, then they’d be far more interesting. They’d be themselves.”


To their credit, the Knicks’ press officials don’t deny Mr. Dolan’s unusually hands-on role in managing their downtrodden core of reporters. “I think it’s fair to say that Jim [Dolan] is aware of, and a part of, the shaping of the media policy,” said Barry Watkins, the senior vice president of communications for the Garden.


The policy was instituted in the summer of 2001. (Coincidentally, one supposes, the last year the Knicks had a winning record.)”

Brown is many things, but in this case he can’t be lying. If the press is complaining about being spied on, reporters being eavesdropped on by Knick officials, employees half-joking that if they talk out of turn to any press member that they’d be fired, and then what Brown says has to be reasonably true re: being spied on within MSG. They wouldn’t be doing that now to the local press if they hadn’t been doing that early to anyone else, like Larry Brown.

If David Stern wasn’t such a coward about dealing with the multitude of out-of-control problems in New York, and how far the Knicks are from winning their last title some 30-odd years ago, this would be a much bigger story than it is. It’s a bunker mentality, and it’s making a historic franchise in the world’s biggest media market into something far worse than an unfunny joke.

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