Perhaps this won’t sink in until Miami blows out New York by 40 points next season in Madison Square Garden.
Knicks fans will crawl back into the corner and count down the days until Carmelo Anthony and Tony Parker are free agents.
And may higher beings have mercy on Knicks brass if they strikeout once again.
The Knicks have already agreed to a sign and trade with Golden State sending David Lee out west.
So now that New York has traded Lee and missed out on the most coveted available player in any sport since Babe Ruth, what’s next for the Knickerbockers?
Here are five things on New York’s to-do list.