New York Knicks: Greatest Moments in Poor Seasons

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Nate Robinson Game-Winner vs. Philadelphia 76ers

Lil’ Nate was just a rookie when he did this in 2005-06. This game was known more for Allen Iverson and Stephon Merbury’s battle back and forth, but it was Robinson that came up with electrifying game-winner. The Knicks finished with a 23-59 record that season.

Eddy Curry Game-Tying 3-Pointer vs. Milwaukee Bucks

Yeah, remember Eddy Curry? At one time he was a pretty valuable player to the Knicks. Truthfully, I can’t quite remember what season this was, but if the Knicks were paying Eddy Curry, Channing Frye, and Renaldo Balkman, among others, then it wasn’t a good season. Either way, the play was drawn up for Curry wide open in the corner and he sank the three like it was a layup.

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Topics: Carmelo Anthony, David Lee, Jamal Crawford, Nate Robinson, New York Knicks

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