Entire New York Knicks Organization Deserves Blame for Disaster 2013-14 Season

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Entire New York Knicks Organization Deserves Blame for Disaster 2013-14 Season
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You know the best way to confuse a New York Knicks fan?

Sit them down and ask which individual is most at fault for this disaster of a 2013-14 season.

The poor fan's mind will churn and eventually produce a look of confusion similar to something you'd see on Raymond Felton's face when he's asked to play defense at the end of a close game. It mimics the expression you'd find J.R. Smith wearing when Mike Woodson tells him to avoid taking a contested shot. 

Eventually, his mind will just explode.

Now I don't particularly care for making the brains of my colleagues explode, which is why I asked B/R Featured Columnist and Knicks fan Dan Favale for the top five people he blames. Here was his list: 

  1. Mike Woodson
  2. James Dolan
  3. J.R. and Chris Smith
  4. The God of Health
  5. Masai Ujiri

Even that is a tough exercise. It's difficult to narrow the selections down to just five, and placing them in any sort of order is tougher still. 

Why?

Because a disaster this big can't simply be pinned on the shoulders of any one person, be it a player, coach or executive. It's one of those developments that can only be blamed on the entire organization. 

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