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Brandon Anderson

I think you have hit on something interesting. From a pure rebuilding a franchise from 100 floors underground up, he didn’t do a bad job from a pick selection and roster building perspective (Noah and Melo’s no trade clause notwithstanding) but it was everything else about him that ruined his tenure and forever tarnished his career.

If he was a normal President of Basketball Ops, a relatively anonymous guy who didn’t try to send messages through the media, didn’t insist his coaches utilize his coaching system, and didn’t have a massive ego, I think the Knicks fans would likely be happy with him.

With that said, I am ecstatic for the return of crazy Dolan and his penchant for signing washed players and giving up all future assets for a marginally good player.

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