Upon introduction, Walsh doesn't come out firing

Originally Published: April 2, 2008
By Chris Sheridan | ESPN.com

NEW YORK -- Donnie Walsh could have chosen the obvious route and made his opening act the firing of Isiah Thomas, which would have been quite the out-of-character sledgehammer act for a guy trying to convince everyone on his first day as president of the battered and beleaguered New York Knicks that he'll be the even-tempered voice of long-term reason.

Logic dictates that firing Isiah should be the first order of business toward securing the long-term rehabilitation of the ...

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