1. James Dolan
James Dolan doesn't know what he has. He has the keys to one of American sports' most beloved franchises in a basketball crazed city. Yes, the Yankees have all those championships and the Giants have always been in the mix, but make no mistake—New York is a Knicks town. Since he took over in 1999 (N.Y. made it to the Finals that year), the Knicks have been a laughingstock. They posted eight straight losing seasons from 2001-2002 to 2009-2010 and lost thirteen straight playoff games. Dolan was responsible for bringing Isiah Thomas to town and cherished their friendship so much that he stood by his buddy in the midst of an embarrassing sexual harassment suit in 2006. Dolan was the man behind the Melo trade, giving away 80% of a starting five for a guy that doesn't make people better. Donnie Walsh was so disgusted with Dolan's meddling ways, he walked out the door; leaving the franchise he helped resurrect. Knicks fans, take note: There's a band called JD and the Straight Shot. Go buy their records, it might be the only way to save your team.