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Monday, November 1, 2010

The New York Knicks Favorite Songs of All Time

Bill Walker shows off his vocals.
Recently the Knicks were asked what their favorite songs were of all time. With this cast of characters there was bound to be a few surprise choices, however some of the guys picks were more shocking than others. The fight over who get to play their iPod in the locker room must be a brutal one.

Amare Stoudemire went with Marvin Gaye's "Inner city of blues" while Anthony Randolph chose the more familiar "Let's get it on'. Landry Fields and Roger Mason both decided Michael Jackson was the only appropriate answer when it came to picking the greatest song of all time. Ronny Turiaf and Wilson Chandler also made respectable choices with Bob Marley's "No woman no cry" and B.I.G's "Juicy", respectively.

Now on to the not so good choices. I suppose Danilo Gallinari could always use the fact that english is his second language as an excuse for why he would choose "Run this town" as his choice for the best song of all time.  Maybe he thought they ment the best top 40 song of one summer. Toney Douglas picked "My girl" as his song. Sure, it's a great oldie that makes everyone just wanna sway in their seats, but it also holds a darker meaning."My girl" is the title song of one of the most depressing movies of all time.  A child dies because he is attacked by bees! Maybe Douglas just isn't a big Macaulay Culkin fan.

Andy Rautins went with a Kings of Leon song as the greatest of all time. Kings of Leon...come on Rautins! He picked their song "Manhattan". Perhaps he was just going with a song he thought would be a fan pleaser. He chose a song called "Manhattan" and he lives in Manhattan. Get it? He's so clever.

I can't make any comment on Bill Walker's choice other than it was Jennifer Lopez's hit from 10 years ago entitled "Waiting for tonight". You can form your own opinion.

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