Exiled Isiah is itching for an encore

How often does he think about running the Knicks? 'Every single day of the week'

Updated: November 6, 2010, 9:20 AM ET
By Ian O'Connor | ESPNNewYork.com

MIAMI -- Isiah Thomas thought he would be dead by age 20, so at 49 he offers no apologies for betting on himself. Exiled in Miami, haunted by his proximity to LeBron James, Thomas embraces his articles of blind faith like one would a baby in a storm.

Isiah believes James (and perhaps Dwyane Wade) would be starting for the New York Knicks if Isiah had remained president of the team.

Isiah believes he can recruit James out of Miami and into Madison Square Garden in 2014.

Isiah ...

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