Against the Pacers, the "Knicks tank" didn't disappoint. Going into the game, the Knicks were without Mitchell Robinson (groin injury), Frank Ntilikina (ankle injury), and Enes Kanter, who sat out due to illness from eating too many burgers on his cheat day.
Even though the "Knicks tank" is fully gassed up and ready to go, the Knicks were looking forward to finally breaking their home losing streak. Unfortunately for the Knicks, the 76ers were looking to bounce back after suffering a humiliating loss to the lowly Atlanta Hawks.
The losses at home may be flowing like the Hudson River, but the Knicks still have moments and performances that leave hope for the future. One of the shining moments for New York last night was the emphatic dunk by Smith Jr. in the first quarter.
There are many questions facing the New York Knicks going into the upcoming season, and most of these questions circulate around the future of Carmelo Anthony. Will he be traded? Will he be waived? Will he stay? As of now, it seems...