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Wednesday, February 26, 2020

Anti-Knicks campaign featuring actual players takes over NYC subway

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Knicks fans have expectations that are lower than ever heading into the upcoming NBA season, and the images plastered all over a subway shuttle in New York City are the best proof of that you are going to see.

In a spiteful stunt that almost certainly violated trademark laws in some way, images and names of actual players were used to mock the Knicks for being “HOPELESS,” among other things. Check this out:

With Carmelo Anthony now gone, you can understand why Knicks fans don’t feel they have a lot to look forward to. Heck, the most entertaining part of their upcoming season could be whatever comes out of Michael Beasley’s mouth next.

It’s probably safe to assume the subway trolling won’t last long, but the message has already been sent.

H/T Darren Rovell


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