September 24, 2006

Hidden: What now?: New York fans are the most passionate sports fans in the world. Leave it to the Knicks to alienate them. The fans know that the team has no direction and are chronic underachievers. The team must really be desparate if they are pulling this one off.

posted by nyfan to basketball at 02:14 PM - 9 comments least the host is attractive. It could've been hosted by longtime Knick great Patrick Ewing.

posted by timdawg at 03:29 PM on September 24

What does the link have to do with the Knicks alienating their fans? Way to follow the posting guidelines (hint: leave the emotional fan bias out of your post), nyfan.

posted by billsaysthis at 03:45 PM on September 24

NY fans most passionate? hmmm, very interesting

posted by sgtcookzane at 03:56 PM on September 24

RTFG Specifically, Section I, Paragraph 3.

posted by scully at 04:19 PM on September 24

Obviously, all professional sports teams should just be moved to New York.

posted by DrJohnEvans at 04:29 PM on September 24

New York fans are the most passionate sports fans in the world. posted by nyfan to Basketball at 2:14 PM CDT (5 comments total) wow since wen were the fans who booed slumping players and would drop a team who was doing bad in a minute passionate?

posted by lucky23pjq at 06:01 PM on September 24

The link doesn't line up with the front-page opinion, and even as a "New York Sports Fan" (note: this is not a real group; Knicks fans != Ranger fans != the people behind the Harlem Regatta != Golden Gloves organizers & participants != Cyclones fans != people who eat their lunch at Rucker Park != Red Bulls fans != Liberty Fans != Strong Dog Fans != people who play bocce in Brighton Beach != chess freaks in Tompkins Square != etc etc.), I think the premise is kind of weak. Sorry, nyfan. This is not a good FPP.

posted by chicobangs at 06:53 PM on September 24

New York fans are the most passionate sports fans in the world. It's painfully obvious that you haven't heard about the moronic European soccer fans.

posted by joromu at 07:42 PM on September 24

Specifically, Section I, Paragraph 3. I think we should frame the guidelines more like the Consitution; therefore making it Article I, Section 3, Clause 2.

posted by Ying Yang Mafia at 07:49 PM on September 24

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