Could things get worse for Knicks? Yes
Recent Knicks history is a litany of woe. And it's getting more woeful, writes Chris Sheridan.
Updated: February 6, 2006, 10:59 AM ETBy Chris Sheridan | ESPN Insider
NEW YORK -- Larry Brown received the loudest ovation of the night, but he had to get ejected to beat out Kobe Bryant. New York's latest loss, a 130-97 drubbing that eclipsed the Knicks' previous worst loss this season (26 points), was appalling on so many levels, it was hard to find a fan not shaking his head while streaming toward the exits at the end of the third quarter. Bryant was serenaded with a chant of "M-V-P" by the few who stuck around until the end, almost all of them Lakers fans. A new low for the Knicks for sure, but don't believe for a second that things can't get worse.
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