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Could Isiah Thomas Help The Knicks Get Chris Paul?

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 Could FIU head coach Isiah Thomas help the Knicks get Chris Paul? The former New York Knicks head coach and GM receives credit for helping get Carmelo Anthony and Amar’e Stoudemire to the Big Apple, even though he wasn’t with the Knicks at the time. At least that’s the opinion of a few sports journalists that work for the New York Daily News.

Even though he’s no longer employed by the Knicks, could Thomas be attempting to broker a deal for superstar Hornets PG Chris Paul?

The idea has a little bit of merit, though not much. Kelly Dwyer of the Yahoo! sports blog Ball Don’t Lie examines the Thomas, Knicks, Paul triangle. You can check out the blog by clicking here.

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