Well, remember that they now get the no. 2 overall pick in next year's draft. So if they figure that a more appealing player than Aiken will be available in that spot next year—or at least one they like more at full price than they like Aiken at anything but a heavy discount—their maneuvering here would make sense. » 7/18/14 6:18pm 7/18/14 6:18pm

The most ridiculous thing about the lesser, Nike-approved version of this advertisement was that it had Spike Lee, Rudy Giuliani, Jay-Z, and Billy Crystal all doffing their caps in addition to the usual assortment of zany yet resolute and stoic blue-collar New Yorkers, suggesting that even to our most sophisticated… » 7/14/14 12:49pm 7/14/14 12:49pm