Before the NBA free agency period even started, New York Knicks fans' lofty offseason hopes were crushed when the league's most reliable insider Adrian Wojnarowski broke the news a short while ago that Kevin Durant, Kyrie Irving, and DeAndre Jordan were going to sign with the Brooklyn Nets.
After hyping up the possibility of Durant and Irving teaming up for months, the Knicks and their $71 million in cap space will have nothing big to show for all their efforts, and people couldn't contain themselves from dragging their fan base while they were already down.
It's hard out here for Knicks fans. The team even sent out a statement addressing disappointed fans.
Statement from Knicks president Steve Mills: pic.twitter.com/2GnBHHmvT6— Marc Stein (@TheSteinLine) July 1, 2019
please just let it end i cant do this anymore— . (@WorldWideWob) June 30, 2019
Current mood as a knicks fan.... pic.twitter.com/J7kiKs5DJM— Andrew (@AndrewForman9) June 30, 2019
Knicks can’t catch a break lol— kuz (@kylekuzma) June 30, 2019
Knicks fans: we gonna get Zion, kyrie, and KD. We back... WHAT IT DO BABYYYYY!— Falikou Diaby (@datboicrazy1995) June 30, 2019
WOJ: the Pelicans get Zion. Kyrie and KD To the Nets. and Kawhi to the Lakers.
Knicks Fans right now: pic.twitter.com/9SYvABRNlB
James Dolan didn’t want to give Kevin Durant the max. The Knicks gonna choose Julius Randle over KD— Complex Sports (@ComplexSports) June 30, 2019
The Knicks signed Julius Randle, Taj Gibson, and Bobby Portis today. All play the same position— Complex Sports (@ComplexSports) July 1, 2019
Knicks fans: pic.twitter.com/i2TAv74EQg