On Tuesday night, we bore witness to the best NBA Finals game in 10 years.
It was an amazing display: two titans with an insatiable will to win, giving maximum effort in regulation and beyond. Someone had to win, so Miami did, forcing a Game 7 and a chance to be the first team to win consecutive NBA titles since Kobe’s Lakers did so in 2009 and 2010.
So, where do the Knicks fit into all this hoopla?
Well, it just made their offseason decisions that much tougher to make.
If the Knicks are to avoid being a footnote in NBA history in the early stages of this millennium, company brass has some moves to make.