Knicks Close Out Season With Loss
The New York Knicks 2015-16 season has reluctantly come to a close. The Knicks lost their final game of the season 102-90 to the Indiana Pacers. The team finishes their season 32-50 as they close out their 8th losing season in the last eleven years.
Paul George and George Hill proved to be too much for the Knicks to handle as each went off for 19 points. The Knicks were led by Derrick Williams who had a game high 21 points.
Carmelo Anthony sat out the final game of the season as he looks to get fully healthy as soon as possible in hopes that the Knicks can attract a few free agents and be relevant next year. Anthony enters this off-season seeking answers from president of basketball operations, Phil Jackson.
The team has a number of questions heading into next season. Kurt Rambis is the likely favorite to be the head coach at the start of next season should Phil Jackson still be around and unwilling to have a coach that doesn't teach his triangle offense.
The Knicks need to turn it around quickly while Carmelo Anthony still has some of his elite game left, but how? That's going to be left up to what the team does in free agency.