Pivot Points: “The New York State of Mind”

Posted: 4th November 2009 by Hadarii Jones in NBA
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You can't help feeling bad for the New York Knicks, because the franchise must be cursed. How else do you explain the lack of success from the team in the NBA's largest market? I'm not a Knicks fan, but I do have a soft spot in my heart for them, and it's probably because most of my family hails from the "City So Nice They Named It Twice". None of my relatives are Knicks fans, and considering their mostly sad history, who can blame them? Being a Knicks fan has to be a constant exercise in futility and disappointment. One of my friend's greatest Knicks' memories is when an injured Willis Reed emerged from the tunnel in Madison Square Garden, and helped lead the Knicks to their last championship. I am too young to remember that, but my memory does hold a few Knicks moments and none of them a ...

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