The New York Knicks’ 2014-15 season has been an absolute disaster. Many fans and analysts alike have joked that it would be in everyone’s best interest to just have a computer or video game console simulate their remaining games, and they’re probably right.
Wednesday night’s game against the Indiana Pacers featured yet another embarrassing moment for the team. Cole Aldrich...
Everything has gone wrong for the New York Knicks this season. It’s gotten so bad that they’re scoring for THE OTHER TEAM.
Cole Aldrich couldn’t control the rebound and the ball ended up going in:
All you can do is shake your head.
Cole Aldrich pic from Getty Images. Vine by Vinnyviner.
As if the Knicks need any more reason to give fans and the sports world more ammo to make fun of them and their abysmal season, here comes center Cole Aldrich.
Cole was all ready to receive a pass and turned his body with such confidence that he knew his hook shot was going to hit the bottom of the net.
Oh the shot attempt hit something alright, namely the back side of the glass...
Amidst one of the worst seasons in the history of the New York Knicks franchise, sixth-year center Cole Aldrich has been one of the few bright spots for Knicks faithful, by simply providing quality minutes off the bench on a regular basis.
While the big man has grown into a legitimate NBA role player, he has continued to fly under the radar in the fantasy basketball community...
New York Knicks big man Cole Aldrich put up a shot on Wednesday night that describes his teams season perfectly.
Cole Aldrich #45 of the New York Knicks passes the ball against the Chicago Bulls at the United Center in Chicago, Illinois. (Mandatory Credit: ESPN/Getty Images)
The New York Knicks can’t win for losing. At least not for losing this much, anyway.
The plan of action at MSG is a pretty simple one: endure this season, however bad it winds up and retool using the resources...
New York Knicks: Jason Smith And Cole Aldrich Signing Grades
By Mike Elworth: Owner and Publisher/Hoopstuff…
Jason Smith Contract: 1 season, 3.3 million
This is an excellent signing for the Knicks. Their only big men were Amar’e Stoudemire, Jeremy Tyler and Andrea Bargnani and with Tyler injured, Stoudemire usually injured and Bargnani very medicore, Smith should play a big role...