Isiah: Losing in New York Like Being on Death Row
Sorry to feed you more Isiah madness, but honestly, this guy just won’t quit. Whether it’s coaching his three-ring circus team to 45 point losses, or costing his company $10 million in a lawsuit, he continues to do the unthinkable. That’s why it shouldn’t be a surprise to hear him equate the pressures of losing a basketball game in New York to what prisoners on death row are going through. Following the Knicks’ comeback win over the Bucks Friday night, Isiah unleashed this nugget:
“Every time you lose a game in New York, you’re on Death Row here,” Thomas said following the Knicks’ dramatic 91-88 victory at the Garden. “So tonight they unstrapped the belts and I get to walk. Had we lost, I’m sure they’d have wet me down.”
Anyone else have a picture of the gimp getting ready to step into Isiah? Maybe that’s just me. Seems like the kitchen’s heating up for Zeke. If you can’t handle it buddy, you better get out while you have the chance. And don’t get too comfortable either — the belts will be strapped back on before long.