Al Harrington was expected to miss another week of action with a back injury, but his trade from Golden State to New York appears have had some healing powers.
Harrington will make his debut for the Knicks on Tuesday night against LeBron James and the Cavaliers.
"I think everybody is starting to look at the Knicks as an organization that is definitely going to be working toward the championship and trying to be back on top of basketball again," said Harrington. "I think that's how everybody across the league feels, and I think in 2010 there are going to be a lot of guys calling and trying to be with the Knicks."
Lebron closely watches the knicks' moves. Interesting. That can't make Cleveland fans feel too good.
Or Nets fans, for that matter.
Even Al knows its all about Lebron. With his magically trade healed back, he's not even talking about the knicks himself, only free agents (Lebron).
Last edited by insidehoops : 11-23-2008 at 09:07 PM.
2010 is a big summer. It's two years away, but time goes fast. We'll see what happens. You watch what's going on....I figured that would happen. They don't care about the guys that were coming to the Knicks. It gets funny. Guys need things to write about some times. I'm OK with it.
I love how the media writes their article so they can change his quoted text into a story just by separating him saying "you watch whats going on" and "I figured that would happen." It would be nice if we could just talk about whats actually going on in the NBA instead of what might happen in 2 years.