who knows if this is even true? It could have been a fan who just really hated Isiah enough to make up the "comment".
Considering he's in the first row and probably has season tickets because it's nearly impossible to get those tix otherwise, he could have claimed that in any home game this year, no? I don't think he's lying. Eventually the chants and boo's get to anyone.
I just dont get how their management can come out and say they're 110% behind Isiah and not fire him after losing at home by 30 to PHI, makes no sense.