Derrick Rose is MIA


The Knicks faced off against the Pelicans at MSG earlier tonight, and were puzzled as to why their star point guard never entered the arena. Several reports say he had a falling out with Knicks coach Jeff Hornacek, but they are not positive. If I were the Knicks I would be very concerned as to where Rose is.

By: Francesco Cava


4 thoughts on “Derrick Rose is MIA

  1. Again as with every year the knicks piece together a group of square pegs in round holes and our team has become a hot mess. We need to DUMP melo, rose, noha and trade for picks or a new young group to build around KP. ENOUGH


  2. Tbere is a lot of off the court drama with this team rose and hornasek apparently have a tense relationship and mello got tossed from a game this team looked watchable in the beginning but there starting to self destruct . It’s a shame but it looks like there going to have to tear this team apart again.


  3. A little late night insight on the New York Knicks. Lets take the reported conversation between Phil Jackson and Carmelo Anthony at face value, why would Phil ask if Anthony wants to remain a knick? Because, he has no plan to trade Anthony and with the unfortunate injury to his good friend Chris Paul no place in which to trade him where he would relinquish his NTC (perhaps). Why do I say this? Other sources indicate there are upper level talks to hint the opposite for an Anthony trade and the departure of Phil Jacksons as well. Can we win now? the short answer is No. Not with the power houses of Cleveland and Golden State. But more accurately is, can we compete to play the Cavs in the east? I think we could and a short term medium level trade can be had. If the other scenario is real and the Knicks reshape again, a host of real options exist for trades and directions. With the history our cherished franchise has turned in endless back page stories, I am interminable uncomfortable with my Knicks and of the current drama plaguing them with something other then just F*ing winning.

    So which vision is truly in-charge the win now or save the franchise cries? I think both fan and ownership stand at the same crossroad pendulum the Knick seem perpetually trapped in. I must now enter a seal of epic morality, I believe the Knicks have a curse. Yes, I said the dreaded curse word and I have put it squarely on my beloved Knicks. Where is our Mark Messier? Who knows, all I do know is this; Messier himself could be named the Knicks new general manager some day and I would not think that’s the craziest thing I ever heard as a Knicks fan.


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