Knicks lose against Bulls for franchise record 60th game of season

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New York Knicks lose franchise-worst 60th game
Sunday March 29th, 2015

The New York Knicks lost their 60th game of the season on Saturday, which is a franchise record for losses in one season.

The Knicks dropped a 111-80 decision to the Chicago Bulls, falling to 14-60 on the season, which is the worst record in the NBA.

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[daily_cut.NBA] New York previously lost 59 games in a season four times, most recently in 2007-08. Last season the Knicks finished 37-45.

In February, the team reached an agreement on a buyout with Amar'e Stoudemire, who was in the final year of a five-year, $99.7 million deal signed in July 2010. Two days later it was announced forward Carmelo Anthony would undergo season-ending surgery on his left knee.

The Knicks set a franchise record with 16 consecutive losses in December and January.

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- Molly Geary

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