Capn'O wrote:For me, the darkest was right after the 2006 season when we had just gone 23-59, we didn't own our own pick, the franchise was at odds with its star player, Steve Francis was unraveling before our eyes, it was clear Eddy Curry was gonna be an albatross, it was clear our GM was lost and he was about to be the coach, and Larry Brown was driving around town giving random interviews about how he was gonna get fired out the window of his car.
What is your darkest Knicks moment?
For me, it was probably that two year stretch when we were eyeing 2010 free agency but had Curry and Jeffries on contract for basically the whole time.
No doubt the Isiah years were worse. But I didn't have internet or cable at the time, so I wasn't spending free time on Knicks.
So just saying for me, 2008-2010 was probably my darkest time. I would go on the school computers and look up salaries on HoopsHype trying to make hypothetical trades that dumped Curry and Jeffries all the time.
When the Knicks traded for Bargs, at the point, it just became a joke to me. Like a psychotic laughing at his misery.