Donnie Walsh may step down from his position as New York Knicks GM, and it’s partially because of LeDecision. (New York Post)
In the midst of suffering the unparalleled loss of LeBron James to the loathed Pat Riley and his Heat, the Knicks are experiencing additional upheaval and misery, an impeccable source informed The Post late last night.
According to someone in the know, team president Donnie Walsh “may possibly retire” within the week because of “health” and “a failure to land LeBron” — a plan he sold to Cablevision owner James Dolan soon after signing a $15 million, three-year deal in April 2008.
Neither reason has been confirmed. Walsh, who has next season and $5 million remaining, did not respond to an e-mail concerning his unsteady situation.
You mean Anthony Randolph isn’t enough to keep Donnie Walsh happy?
In related news, I’m thinking about hanging up my blogging shoes for the last time. I’m citing the C’s ”failure to land Lebron” as the main reason. If you can’t land Lebron, sometimes life just ain’t worth living anymore.
P.S. – Dan Gilbert owns Fathead. The price of Lebron’s Fathead has been changed from $99.99 to $17.41. Not very coincidentally, 1741 is also the birth year of Benedict Arnold. I guess Gilbert didn’t think his Comic Sans-font rant last night was enough to disparage Lebron.
P.P.S. – If Donnie Walsh’s health is really the only reason he’s thinking about retirement, I might feel a little remorse for blogging this.