For most Knicks fans the idea of being able to sit down with James Dolan would be a dream, just not in the way you’re thinking.
For the tried and true Knicks fans who devote a lot of time and emotional currency into this team, the chance to let James Dolan know how they really feel would likely top even the most optimistic Knicks fan’s Holiday wish list.
It appears as if at least one clever fan has found a decent alternative for letting the Knicks owner know just how the fan base is feeling about his reign.
Who could forget such timeless classics as “Fix the Knicks”, “Have not earned my place at the top,” or, of course, the always smooth “Treat the fanbase like children”.
And all these hits are only on JD & the Straight Shot’s latest album. For anyone who’s looking to dig back into the classics, there is always the powerhouse 2008 album “Right on Time,” which includes such hits as “What Do We Do Now, quick trade all our draft picks,” and the always inspiring “Gonna Kill That Dog and that dog is ball movement”.
Man, just reading those titles takes me back to the summer of 2008 when these songs were the soundtrack of most of our lives.
It seems like only yesterday that me and my wife would kick back with a bottle of wine on a Saturday night and unwind to the silky smooth sounds of a delusional rich kid who seems intent on destroying the hopes and dreams of an entire city.
Hopefully for those of us that care, the intense trolling, constant mocking, and even a White House petition to have him removed as Executive Chairman of the Madison Square Garden Company are enough to make little Jimmy eventually decide to sell this team and focus on his “music” full time (Yes, I just put “music” in quotes).
Until that glorious day is here at least we have the sounds of JD & the Straight Shot to help get us through our days.