Knicks Rookie Tony Douglass Speaks With Samori

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Samori Benjamin

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The New York Knicks selected guard Tony Douglass with the 29th overall pick in the 2009 draft. Douglass was the second of the Knicks' two first round draft selections in 2009. His brother Harry Douglass is a second year wide reciever on the Atlanta Falcons but tore his knee in pre-season and is out for the season. Tony played his college ball at football crazy Flordia State University but played hoops instead. He spoke with me after the Knicks fell to the Golden State Warriors 127-107 at Madison Square garden on Friday night, and the 1-9 start is the worse start in franchise history. Douglass speaks on his physical mentality on the court, he gives a clear answer as to what the Knicks need TO DO TO START WINNING SOME GAMES, what it's been like to get significant playing time over the past week or so, and more.


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