It wasn’t really a great evening at Madison Square Garden. The New York Knicks lost 127-106 to the Memphis Grizzlies but that was the least of the Knicks concerns Wednesday night.

The night took a turn with less than a minute to go in the game. Elfrid Payton took issue to Jae Crowder shooting a three while up 18 and shoved him into the stands. That sparked a brawl that resulted in the ejections of Payton (along with a flagrant two), Crowder, and Marcus Morris Sr.

As if that wasn’t bad enough, well bad if you’re James Dolan at least, the remaining Knicks fans at MSG had enough and launched into a “sell the team” chant aimed at the Knicks owner.

Bless these Knicks fans who for some reason stayed until the end. I mean, Dolan left before the end of the game.

That however wasn’t enough for the Knicks as the Grizzlies reported no water pressure after the game was over. I can’t tell if this is further Knicks incompetence or a masterful attempt at trolling the visiting team after getting blown out but Ja Morant pretty much got fed up and said he was going to the hotel to get a shower.

We know the Knicks are dysfunctional but this is on another level. Let’s be honest, if I were to ask you which NBA team could start a fight, have their fans chant at their owner to sell the team, and not have water pressure in the visitor locker room, who would you choose? Just another disappointing chapter in the New York Knicks.

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