Fans of the New York Knicks are sick and tired of watching their team lose—and they're not going to take it anymore.

Although they're well aware of the fact that Knicks owner James Dolan is not going to sell his team anytime soon, a group of Knicks fans that are calling themselves KF4L or "Knicks Fan for Life" are going to protest Dolan and the Knicks later this month. The group, which is helmed by three longtime Knicks fans, is going to stand outside of Madison Square Garden before the Knicks game against the Indiana Pacers on March 19 and hold a rally. That rally is going to be directed at Knicks management, not the team itself, in protest of the way they've run things this season.

"We understand Dolan will not sell," the group said in a statement posted to its Facebook page. "We understand change may not come of this. We just want our voices heard. We want to remind Dolan and the NBA that our voices matter. We buy the tickets, the jerseys, the NBA League Pass subscriptions. We are frustrated. We are tired. We deserve better."

You sure do. So protest away! And then, go home before the game starts. Because we suspect that you're not going to want to see what the Pacers are going to do to your team.

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[via New York Post]