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07:33 AM ET 02.26 | After free-agent forward Earl Clark, New York may not be done yet. The Knicks also are trying to sign another defensive-minded player before meeting the Miami Heat on Thursday in Miami, league sources told Yahoo Sports. After acquiring him in a trade with the Cleveland Cavaliers on Thursday, Philadelphia released Clark, 26, and he cleared waivers to become a free agent. The Knicks created two roster openings Monday when they agreed to buyouts with Metta World Peace and Beno Udrih. Clark, who is 6-foot-10, averaged 5.2 points and 2.8 rebounds for the Cavaliers this season. His best pro season was 2012-13 with the Los Angeles Lakers, when he averaged 7.3 points and 5.5 rebounds per game, earning him a two-year, $9 million deal with Cleveland during the summer.

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February 26, 2014  08:26 AM ET

they are signing shannon bown.......
lol

February 26, 2014  08:26 AM ET

Never Should Have Left LA, Bro.

February 26, 2014  08:30 AM ET
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they are signing shannon bown.......lol

Both Lakers rejects also. The season is over for NY. Even if they make the final spot it will be hard to watch them.

February 26, 2014  08:41 AM ET
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Heat by 20

We all know it's not a matter of which team will win the game. For us Knicks fans we watch to see how long our team hangs till the opposition blows it wide open. If we're still in the game by end of second quarter we technically won the game.

February 26, 2014  08:46 AM ET
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We all know it's not a matter of which team will win the game. For us Knicks fans we watch to see how long our team hangs till the opposition blows it wide open. If we're still in the game by end of second quarter we technically won the game.

That's tough but there's no reason to go crazy over a loss anymore. Just find a way to look at the bright side... Sorry Lost

February 26, 2014  09:03 AM ET
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That's tough but there's no reason to go crazy over a loss anymore. Just find a way to look at the bright side... Sorry Lost

the only bright side are the headlights of the nomad bus that is outside Penn Station waiting to take all beaten-down knick fans away from there.

I can only hold the bus for so long....
come on people
managements brilliance is going out to get shannon brown and earl clark
there is no hope.
Don't feed into dolans incompetence by caring anymore-
this is not your old knicks.
this is an abortion that is in a continuous loop with no end

February 26, 2014  09:06 AM ET
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the only bright side are the headlights of the nomad bus that is outside Penn Station waiting to take all beaten-down knick fans away from there.I can only hold the bus for so long....come on people managements brilliance is going out to get shannon brown and earl clarkthere is no hope.Don't feed into dolans incompetence by caring anymore-this is not your old knicks.this is an abortion that is in a continuous loop with no end

lol

You saw this coming since last summer. It's hard to hold the bus when your fellow Knickers are still blinded.

February 26, 2014  09:16 AM ET

hmmmmmmmm, before the season I was told Earl Clark was a great stretch 4 and really gonna be a difference maker in Cleveland....

now, if I could just remember who said.........anyone know?

February 26, 2014  09:33 AM ET
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lol You saw this coming since last summer. It's hard to hold the bus when your fellow Knickers are still blinded.

they aren't blind-
just loyal to an old forgotten era

I've tried to tell them that with Dolan owning the team,
that they are in fact loyal to DOLAN....not the orange and blue
- I think they don't want to accept that

if he was say just a coach or a GM- then sure...
he'd be fired at some point.
But with him owning the team.....making TONS of $
and with NO SHOT at selling....

this team has no present or future

don't give him the satisfaction anymore.
I don't 'hate' the knicks...I just won't root or get invested in them anymore cause its a one way street....and its pointed straight downhill

February 26, 2014  09:33 AM ET
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hmmmmmmmm, before the season I was told Earl Clark was a great stretch 4 and really gonna be a difference maker in Cleveland.... now, if I could just remember who said.........anyone know?

shield ?


:)

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February 26, 2014  09:48 AM ET
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Its already hard to watch them...over the last few years I have not missed a minute of a knick game, even if they are out west....now not watching them, life is much better

lol


It's better to take it that way. Put's too much stress on you if you care too much.

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February 26, 2014  10:00 AM ET
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Its already hard to watch them...over the last few years I have not missed a minute of a knick game, even if they are out west....now not watching them, life is much better

That's how it should be. The NBA is a product and a

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