You had to figure Lee wasn't returning to the Knicks after they inexplicably decided Amar'e Stoudemire was worth $100M. Hey, aren't the owners the ones who are going to contend in a year or so that the collective bargaining agreement threatens to drive them into bankruptcy?
In related news, I hadn't realized until this moment that the Warriors had changed their logo. I like the throwback.
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Hollinger's point in the article, though, is that teams that do consistently bad don't really count as cursed. Boston was long considered the most cursed team in Major League Baseball, despite having out-performed many other teams in recent years.