Dear Mr. Brown,
On behalf of the faction of Knick fans who are disatsisfied with "glimmers of improvement" in each loss, I would like to extend our apologies for the fiasco that was last season.
Your illustrious coaching career will surley be dampened by what occured last year. It is unfortunate that you name will forverer be attached to the Knicks contemporary "Dark Ages". You were very much apart of the disaster last year, and your demand for a disheartening amount of money in retribution did not go unotied by us. However, many of us feel that you could have been an even bigger part to the soloution; a much more bigger part than Isiah Thomas and James Dolan could ever be by any stretch of th imagination.
Knick fans have been given a bad rap as of late. The reckless cheering for Nate Robinson has been extremely detrimental to his development into a proffesional basketball player, Stephon Marbury is still trying to do everything you wanted him to do, Channing Frye is starting to look like the next Charles Smith, and our future is the dimmest in the NBA.
We know you won't ever step foot in New York again, which might be better for everyone, but as a fan of basketball, I really hope you coach again. I would like you to prove to everyone that you really can take any bad team and turn them into a playoff threat. Please coach the Raptors after they fire Sam Mitchell so that we can still share the same division again.
embattled and depressed Knick fans of New York