New York Knicks: The 6 Worst Decisions of the James Dolan Era

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New York Knicks: The 6 Worst Decisions of the James Dolan Era
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Though the New York Knicks have a proud fanbase of which I am an equally proud member, there is one man associated with the team whom we all hate with a passion: owner James Dolan (pictured). 

For as long as I can remember, the man has consistently made decisions that have hurt the team and thus kept them from contending for a championship.  Be it odd hirings/firings or decisions regarding players, Dolan simply doesn't know what he's doing.  Even NBA commissioner David Stern has criticized the Knicks' management tactics under Dolan, so this clearly isn't a mere issue of disgruntled fans complaining.

Still, I would like to pose a question to all of you Knicks fans out there.  Out of all of Dolan's horrible decisions, which one is the worst?  Was it his longstanding tolerance of former point guard Stephon Marbury's attitude?  Or maybe the legendary Allan Houston contract?

Seeing as how the Olympics are currently underway in London, I say let the debating games begin as we look at six infamous Dolan decisions and determine which one is the worst.

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