Nets guard Spencer Dinwiddie: Knicks probably won't be good next season




 

The Knicks probably won't be good next season.

They're not good right now. Few rookies - even a highly drafted one like New York will get - immediately contribute to winning. It's a weak free-agent class. A new front-office leader probably won't trade long-term assets for immediate help.

And if you want someone else to state the obvious, here's Nets guard Spencer Dinwiddie.

Stefan Bondy of the New York Daily News:


Players rarely talk like this about other teams. It's just not nice. Dinwiddie also risks gets egg on his face, which the Knicks' massive fan base would surely rub in.

But spot the lie.

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