Just saying, you look at the bottom of all the bottom seeded teams this year and you'll see at least they all had some success in recent years

Sacramento Kings

2005-2006 = 44-38 record, Playoff Berth.
2006-2007 = 33-49 record.
2007-2008 = 38-44 record.
2008-2009 = 17-65 record.

Los Angeles Clippers

2005-2006 = 47-35 record, Playoff Berth, 2nd Round Ouster.
2006-2007 = 40-42 record.
2007-2008 = 23-59 record.
2008-2009 = 19-63 record.

Oklahoma City Thunder

2005-2006 = 35-47 record.
2006-2007 = 31-51 record.
2007-2008 = 20-62 record.
2008-2009 = 23-59 record.

Minnesota Timberwolves

2005-2006 = 33-49 record.
2006-2007 = 32-50 record.
2007-2008 = 22-60 record.
2008-2009 = 24-58 record.

Memphis Grizzles

2005-2006 = 49-33 record, Playoff Berth.
2006-2007 = 22-60 record.
2007-2008 = 22-60 record.
2008-2009 = 24-58 record.

Golden State Warriors

2005-2006 = 34-48 record.
2006-2007 = 42-40 record, Playoff Berth, 2 Round Ouster.
2007-2008 = 48-34 record.
2008-2009 = 29-53 record.

Washington Wizards

2005-2006 = 42-40 record, Playoff Berth.
2006-2007 = 41-41 record, Playoff Berth.
2007-2008 = 43-39 record, Playoff Berth.
2008-2009 = 19-63 record.

And now for your New York Knicks.....

New York Knicks

2005-2006 = 23-59 record.
2006-2007 = 33-49 record.
2007-2008 = 23-59 record.
2008-2009 = 32-50 record.



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Which now brings be to the questions, are we really that much better than these new franchises?

I don't want to hear Isiah did this, injuries that. Every team deals with that bull****.

Knicks fans we have to start demanding wins. This is just embarassing. For New York City to be going toe to toe with the OKC Thunder as one of the worst franchises of modern day is utter disgrace.

I'd rather sell the team to another city than live to see another horrid 5 years.