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August 4, 2003

Knicks' GM Trades 7th Pick for Ping-Pong Ball
New York Knicks GM Scott Layden talks to reporters after the Knicks traded their seventh pick in the 2002 NBA draft to the Houston Rockets on Sunday.New York Knicks GM Scott Layden took what he believes to be one large step toward making his team more competitive, trading away the Knicks' seventh pick plus future considerations to the Houston Rockets in return for one of the ping-pong balls used in the Draft Lottery.

"It's so pretty," noted Layden, admiring his latest acquisition. He then proceeded to test its integrity by biting on the ball, bouncing it off the floor, and spinning it on his finger tip. "We've found the great white hope," he could be heard whispering to someone on his cell phone.

According to sources close to the GM's thinking, Layden is insane and has never had any basketball knowledge. "Scott's a very instinctive person," noted one member of the team brass. "An idea pops into his head, and he acts immediately, regardless of how stupid it is. We're not allowed to question things that's how we got 5 point guards and 5 useless small forwards on our team last year. We might as well have a chimp in an Armani suit making the decisions."




For Knicks fans it can get worse
From Marc Stein on ESPN.com:
New York, meanwhile, still seeks a center, and Scott Layden is said to have some interest in yet another Utahn for his collection. That would be Jazz center Greg Ostertag, who's also in the final year of his contract.
From the Archive: Layden Trades 7th Pick for Ping-Pong Ball




Jim Caple's All-underrated list
Here are some excerpts:

Underrated Hall of Famer: Stan Musial

His career average was .331. He hit 475 home runs. He drove in 1,951 runs and scored 1,949. And because he played his entire career in St. Louis instead of New York or Boston, it's as if he never played at all.

Underrated sports wife: Mrs. Kobe Bryant

What was Kobe thinking, anyway?





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