‘What can go wrong, will go wrong’ – Stephen A. reacts to the Knicks losing out on Zion | First Take
‘What can go wrong, will go wrong’ – Stephen A. reacts to the Knicks losing out on Zion | First Take ‘What can go wrong, will go wrong’ – Stephen A. reacts to the Knicks losing out on Zion | First TakeSo the next Sol again fellows Years first, nothing ever goes right. Nothing ever goes right for us and Nick fan on my life on a title in 1973, Max Kellerman accurately points out how never had a box office Marquee do Skywalker Destin to make the highlight reels. I will table Jerry West people like that play at Patrick Ewing and 80s, really have much to speak up in the nineties. Yet had you in life Johnson, Chris Paul Chris Childs. All of these guys is fine. James Dolan takes over Riverview. A black cat is running around Madison Square Garden like a biker everything it touches turns to Mush, and we thought we were going to be saved on a couple occasions. They didn’t happen, but Isaiah Thomas, going to come same day title in Detroit, okay guy Patrick Ewing, ping, pong ball David last night comes back and I’m going to give ESPN a lot of blame of this to level of MS. That I feel right now is because of the very Network that I play for a table that I work for, I’m disgusted with ESPN this one. Let me tell you why on Turnpike next watch TV on your phone percent, chance of getting the 5th pick pick was announced when the 6th and then the third pic and the only competition, Tatum Deputy Commissioner, the NBA, otherwise a good man. But I don’t like him. The day he sits up there and announces the New York Knicks have the Third everything that I have been dreaming about, went to dust. Why I know that they were reporting before first was Ian. Is Ian? That’S a given. We don’t need to belabor that, but then I had her New York. Knicks might consider trade in Zion, Williamson, packaging him and ultimately get your hands on Anthony Davis. You want to go move Zion Williamson.. We came and Kyrie coming Zion to package with Knoxville TN stripped. That’S how I’m going to keep thinking until JD and Kyrie come because it’s so that moment, I’m going to sit here looking at the New York Knicks to do the my only hope this strained Achilles, usually as what that is somehow I blamed Ole and I don’t Know why I just do anything or the basketball guys I mean this was this? Was a draft lottery where, even if you didn’t get Zion the team that drafts nothing, you feel happy but like maybe it works out for us in the end, it’s going to be so good he’s going to be so good. Rj Barrett is actually going to be a better Pro than he was a college player. That’S a different discussion. I’D like to talk about Darius Garland at some point sure, and then before RJ Barrett ja, Morant the fact that they always seem to wind up on the outside. Looking in that is the Fate the plight, Nixon Stephen, I just got to say if there was any truth whatsoever to the rumor, that they were packaged II package, Anthony Davis, do what you got to give me more stuff, because Anthony Davis, MVP caliber player is 8 Years, older than Zion and is going to make as much money as his legally possible in the NBA rookie deal for 6 years in basketball. Stephen A. Smith explains his roller-coaster ride of emotions the moment he witnessed the New York Knicks receiving the No. 3 overall pick in the 2019 NBA draft, and presumably losing their chance to select Zion Williamson.
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