Watch: Thunder bench joins in as Knicks fans chant for Raymond Felton
With their team down double digits at home, New York Knicks fans had to find some way to have fun Monday against the Oklahoma City Thunder. They found it by way of chanting for their former point guard.
The Madison Square Garden crowd broke out into a “Raymond Felton” chant as the Knicks struggled, with the hope that the Thunder would insert the former Knicks guard into the game. Making things even better was the fact that members of the Thunder bench, most prominently Paul George, clapped along.
The Thunder bench joins in as the Garden crowd chants for Raymond Felton pic.twitter.com/VSKkpUQuDc
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Felton was the starting point guard for the division-winning 2012-13 Knicks, who won 54 games and remain the most recent Knicks squad to make the playoffs.
Hey, the Knicks are bad this year. Their fans will take anything, and that includes any glimpse at a part of their most recent success.