http://www.nydailynews.com/sports/story/366574p-312070c.htmlLOS ANGELES - Isiah Thomas finally admitted last night what has been painfully obvious since the Knicks took the court for their season opener just over two weeks ago. In just under two years of rebuilding the Knicks from top to bottom, he at last brought himself to concede that he has put together a flawed team.
Far from it. Addressing the New York media a half-hour before last night's game against the Lakers, it was as if someone had put a dose of truth serum in Thomas' bottled water. That's the effect Brown has had on his boss, and it's got to be a great sign for all Knicks fans.
The rebuilding is going very slowly. The problem isn't that the Knicks have a $120 million payroll. It's that Thomas has overhauled the team and still does not have a legitimate superstar. Until he figures out how to get one of those, he's just spinning his wheels.