The dust has now settled on what was one of the best NY Knicks seasons in recent memory.
The Knicks were the 4th seed in the East, Tom Thibodeau deservedly won the Coach of the Year award and Julius Randle ran away with the Most Improved Player award.
The fans in the garden were finally able to see the iconic orange and blue in the playoffs once again.
The same orange and blue jersey that Carmelo Anthony wore in 2013, the last time the Knicks made the playoffs, was finally back on the center stage in the postseason.
This season the team wore four different variations of the orange and blue jersey.
NY Knicks: Which jersey was the most successful?
First, they wore blue uniforms dubbed the Icon jersey.
Then, they had the white Association jerseys.
Next, designed by New York native Ronnie Fieg, the highly anticipated City jerseys that read “city never sleeps.”
Lastly, the Knicks wore another slightly different blue uniform, which featured the Jordan logo rather than Nike, called the Statement jerseys.
After such a successful season where the Knicks finished 10 games above .500, I was curious to see which of these jerseys, if any, the Knicks played best in.
Using Lockervision, I took a look back at how the Knicks performed in each of their four uniforms.