New York Knicks: Why Fans Should Be Very Upset

February 19th, 2010 by Mihir Bhagat Leave a reply »
The New York Knicks are as decorated as NBA franchises come.

The Knicks have been home to NBA greats Walt "Clyde" Fraizer, Patrick Ewing, and Willis Reed among others; play in, arguably the greatest venue in America —Madison Square Garden —and are two time NBA champions. 

However, recently things have been rapidly going downhill. The lackluster team has not gone to the playoffs since the 2000-2001 season, aren't in contention to do so this season, and don't seem like they will anytime in the near future. 

When he took over as the team President in '08, Donnie Walsh promised that he would make sure his team was both competitive and entertaining. Since then, they have failed to be do so as they have accumulated a pathetic record of 51-82 (.383).

Moreover, they just traded away their most entertaining player, 3-time Slam Dunk Champion, Nate Robinson.  

The Knicks management have demonstrated little confidence that the team they have now possess the ability to win, which has contributed to the organization's low morale.

One of Walsh's first moves was hiring former coach of the ye ...

Read Full Article at Bleacher Report - NBA
Article written by


Comments are closed.