Perhaps Isiah Thomas has become so immune to the chaos around him that he figured the unrest on the Knicks bench was simply another day at the office. In two games this season, Thomas and Richardson went back-and-forth on the bench with Herb Williams once having to restrain the head coach from going after Quentin. Earlier this season, Randolph, upset over being pulled from a game, refused Thomas™ request to sit next to him.

You would think that after being off four days the Knicks would be cordial to one another for at least a few games. Instead, they are already sick of one another and just about everyone wouldn™t mind if Thomas could include them in some trade. And we can™t even blame the unrest on Stephon Marbury, who even has a better gig than Keith Van Horn.Frank Isola, NY Daily News