NY Knicks: What was the team’s record in each 2021 jersey?

New York Knicks, Derrick Rose, (Photo by Seth Wenig - Pool/Getty Images)
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NY Knicks: Statement Jersey

The Statement uniforms are new to the NBA this season with every team getting a jersey featuring the Jordan logo.

The Knicks’ Statement jersey bears a striking resemblance to the Icon jersey but with white lettering and trim, as opposed to orange.

Like their other blue jersey, these were only worn in 12 games throughout the regular season.

The lack of game time given to these uniforms makes sense when you consider they only won 33% of games played in them.

This was unobjectively the worst jersey in terms of success for the Knicks this season.

The nine-game win streak in April was brought to a halt against the Suns in this uniform.

In that game, only one NY Knicks player scored more than 20 points.

The Statement jersey was also worn in game 5 of the playoffs where the Knicks lost by 14 and were eliminated at home.

Despite the 4-8 record in the jerseys during the regular season the Knicks decided to give them a chance in an elimination game, and it didn’t quite work out.

Let’s just say it won’t be hard to improve their performances in these jerseys next season.

Looking back upon the spectacular year the Knicks had, it seems rather clear that the majority of their success came while playing in the Association jerseys.

Being the most historic jersey, it makes sense that this was the most worn uniform and after the performances had in it, we’re likely to see the Knicks wearing it plenty next season.

The City jersey gave us some great games and memorable individual performances and its unique look will leave a lasting impression on fans.

New York finished with a losing record in the blue Icon and Statement jerseys so as fans, let’s hope they decide to stay away from wearing either of those in the playoffs next year.

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