04.11.07 11 years ago 12 Comments

The Knicks scored a whopping 27 points in the first half on their way to a 98-69 loss to the Bulls in Chicago last night.  And, in typical Knick fashion, the players remained cautiously optimistic certain that the world was conspiring against them.  Specifically, they were pissed that the Bulls tried to get two more points in the final minute of the game, which would have earned each fan in attendance a free Big Mac.

"I think they were definitely trying to rub it in," said Eddy Curry… "But we'll see them next year."

Curry, who bears a striking resemblance to Grimace, was obviously unaware of the promotion.  He would have been all over that Big Mac like stink on shit.  Bulls coach Scott Skiles fired back with a heaping pile of sarcasm:

"I have never been accused of running up the score… From everything I hear, the Knicks are on the verge of becoming a great team. So they are probably a team we will be playing over and over again the years to come. Something like this should not fester."

Oh, snap.  Wait, can the Knicks detect sarcasm?  They can't even understand free Big Macs at 100 points.  Anyway, the loss drops New York to 10th place in the East, almost hopelessly out of the playoff picture.  They're now, what?  2-10?  2-11 since Isiah Thomas got his fat contract extension?  That was a brilliant decision.*

*For any Knicks reading, that was sarcasm.

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