Like a final kick to their collectively fetal-curled fanbase, the New York Knicks released an Andrea Bargnani 2014-15 highlight tape Monday.
While billed as a "highlight" reel, the video is more like an optimistic review of the perpetually injured Italian center's last eight months:
He followed up his shot! And he didn't catch the whooping cough! A day of days!
The tape lasts nearly three minutes, starting with some blocks and ending with a rain of offensive napalm from Bargnani. After a bit of calculating, I found that the video shows 34 of Bargnani's 164 made field-goal attempts from the 2014-15 season—or 21 percent.
This means the Knicks find one in every five buckets scored by Bargnani to be highlight-worthy, thus making him the Dominique Wilkins of our time.
Somehow, Knicks fans weren't jazzed to see the organization making a highlight tape for the most frustrating player on the roster:
Dan is on Twitter, waiting for the Knicks' 2014-15 triangle offense highlights.