Over the past few weeks, we’ve been showing you some of the more miserable draft nights in New York Knicks history. In case you missed them, here’s the list that leaves much to be desired.
Nene Hilario (the Antonio McDyess trade)
If you thought things couldn’t get any worse, you are sorely mistaken. This Throwback Thursday, we’re taking you to the atrocity known as the Isiah Thomas era.
2005-06 season was a harsh one for the Knicks and their fans. They finished with the worst record in the Eastern Conference and just two games ahead of the league’s worst Portland Trail Blazers. At least they got a top draft pick out of it though, right? Nope. The Knicks unprotected second overall pick went to the Chicago Bulls as part of the Eddy Curry debacle. For what it’s worth, the Bulls eased the pain of that robbery by using that pick to take LaMarcus Aldridge, only to trade him down in the draft for Tyrus Thomas. Still, the Knicks owned two first rounders, numb...