Larry Brown is out. Isiah Thomas is in. Which can only mean one thing.
The New York Knicks are about to get even worse. Worse than 23-59. Worse than the Atlanta Hawks. Worse than being the league's leading laughingstock, an inept, ill-conceived collection of overpriced, underachieving talent. And also, worse than Jerome James.
We already know what you're thinking, The Knicks? Even worse? Is that possible?
Yes. It's possible. Probable. A near-mortal lock, in fact, a given now that Thomas is the team's coach.
Where there's Zeke, there's a way. To lose, that is.
Thomas led the Indiana Pacers to resounding mediocrity. He managed the CBA into near-extinction. His tenure as the Knicks' front office mastermind (and we use the term loosely) has made the Madison Square Garden faithful long for the halcyon days of Kenny "Sky" Walker.
And that's not the half of it.
An extensive Page 2 investigative report reveals that Thomas' blundering extends well beyond basketball. How far does the boondoggling go? The pictures tell the story...
Patrick Hruby is a columnist for Page 2. Sound off to Page 2 here.