This Year’s Knicks Worst Ever

Knicks Center David Lee

As the Knicks were busy preparing to go after LeBron James when his contract expires after the season, their present team, continually got worse and worse until they became “the worst” on Friday.

Following a 121-107 loss to the Golden State Warriors, the Knicks’ record fell to 1-9, the worst in the team’s mixed history. The problems have come despite the fact that the Knicks still have a very high payroll and are beginning their second season with the former coach of the NBA championship winning Phoenix Suns.

The Knicks’ problems come from the fact that the …continue reading

Mets Begin Busy Offseason

Mets GM Omar Minaya

While their crosstown rivals were celebrating their 27th World Series Championship, the New York Mets were busy planning how they were going to fix a team that just wrapped up its third straight disappointing season.

The Mets came into the season as arguably the best team in the league. After a comically ridiculous amount of injuries to the team’s best players and role players alike, they would finish the season with one of the worst records in the league.

Feeling the pressure from Mets fans who have been gravely disappointed with their team over the past three years, General Manager Omar Minaya intends …continue reading

Knicks as Bad as Ever

Mike D

As Mike D’Antoni, once considered the best coach in the league, begins his second season with the New York Knicks, the team is playing as bad as ever, starting out the season with a 1-7 record.

Despite getting a massive contract to come coach the Knicks, the former Championship winning coach of the Phoenix Suns has been unable to turn the team around. Few are blaming the coaching, however, as most of the blame falls on the terrible personnel moves that the Knicks have been making for the past decade.

With no team centerpiece to speak of, the Knicks have buried themselves into …continue reading

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