Knicks president Phil Jackson again ripped the team, taking to Twitter on Sunday to say the performance against the Cleveland Cavaliers gave basketball gods “heartburn."
Cleveland routed New York 101-83 on Sunday, leading by as many as 30 at one point.
New York shot 38 percent and missed 19 of its 22 three-point field goals attempts.
Each NBA game is an opportunity for players to show their "best" nature and please the basketball gods...and those who know what— Phil Jackson (@PhilJackson11) February 23, 2015
Today's game vs Cavs gave bb gods heartburn and those that know what "it" takes/means a smh.— Phil Jackson (@PhilJackson11) February 23, 2015
The Knicks have the worst record in the league at 10-45 and have lost seven straight games.
Jackson took over the Knicks last March, hired first-time coach Derek Fisher three months later and declared that the team would be in the playoffs. The Knicks then proceeded to lose 36 of their first 41 games, including a franchise record 16-game losing streak.
- Scooby Axson