New York Knicks
“The team is tanking, and to have a guy just to represent your organization, I have a problem with that. You have to take care of yourself and your body long-term. Shut it down now.”
Playing in America’s largest city has done little to aid the Knicks’ miserable play. Perhaps a trip across the pond can change their fortunes.
When you consider the team and the town, the game and the gravitas of New York, this is indeed the worst team in NBA history.
The Knicks are actually operating in a logical way for the first time in a long time. Knicks fans should show some appreciation for that.
You know things have gone from bad to brutal when the paper bags come out. The Knicks didn’t do much to help their cause, losing their 14th straight game Thursday night.
James Harden had 25 points and nine assists in just three quarters and the Houston Rockets beat New York 120-96 on Thursday night.
After Boomer got through gloating about his red-hot Rangers, the guys talked about the thorough process involved with Gang Green’s head coach and GM search.
“Everybody in the building was pretty much walking on eggshells, so it’s kind of hard to prosper that way, especially when you’re not accustomed to it.”
If we’re honest and earnest, we have to be embarrassed by the Knicks, the world’s worst team in the world’s most overrated arena.
While the Jets continue search for a new head coach and general manager, Craig the Jets fan is growing more and more frustrated with the drawn-out process.
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This is not Team Titanic or Tritanic. The ship isn’t sinking. It is being scuttled. The Knicks are tanking, and tanking the old-fashioned way: with gross incompetence.
Smith was the NBA’s Sixth Man of the Year in 2013, but has battled injuries to his heel this season, along with his usual struggles with shot selection and focus off the court.
It is fitting that the pro basketball team that calls Manhattan its home is as overpriced as the city itself. Sell your tickets, Knicks fans. Sell them quickly.
The Knicks now have millions more in cap space. Phil Jackson could screw it all up by signing the wrong players, but he is giving himself the opportunity to build a team the way he wants.