New York Knicks owner James Dolan burned an angry fan with a response letter, but he will not be punished for it.
The New York Knicks’ 2014-15 season has been a disaster, to say the least. They possess the league’s worst record at 10-41 despite having a star player in small forward Carmelo Anthony, reports Sports Illustrated.
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Although Anthony has missed multiple games this season due to a knee injury, the Knicks have been far from the playoff contender that they were expected to be under the new management of president Phil Jackson.
The Knicks’ frustrating season was illustrated by drama between owner James Dolan and an angry fan who wrote him a cruel letter.
Dolan directly responded to him and suggested that he root for the Brooklyn Nets while taking shots at him personally.
Luckily for Dolan, NBA commissioner Adam Silver confirmed that the owner will not be punished for his actions – although his actions have gone down awfully with fans of the franchise.