Lack of fire is burning 'Bockers

Do these Knicks know their season is on the brink? It was tough to tell Tuesday

Updated: April 11, 2012, 9:37 PM ET
By Stephen A. Smith | ESPNNewYork.com

The bad news was the Knicks were obligated to show up and play a game in Chicago on Tuesday night that they clearly weren't interested in playing. The worse news is many of us actually wasted our time watching them.

We watched no one show up to support Carmelo Anthony offensively. We witnessed no one step up to support Tyson Chandler defensively. What we also saw was the Bulls crashing the boards as if they were running drills instead of playing against an NBA opponent, yet another no-show ...

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