Knicks owner and JD & The Straight Shot front man James Dolan performed his band’s new song “Fix the Knicks” before an Aretha Franklin concert recently.
Dolan has be criticised for not fixing (as well as actively breaking) the Knicks in recent years. But at least this song lets Knicks fans know that he’s aware of the criticism.
Here are the full lyrics:
Everywhere I go I hear everybody say,
‘What you gonna do to make that team play?’
Walk across the street at 34th and 6th,
Yelling from their cars, ‘(hey hey) Fix the Knicks’
Fix the Knicks, and make them shine,
Get em to win like it’s ’69.
Hittin all their free throws and no more shooting bricks,
Time to get it right and fix the Knicks.
Doin my best, yes, that’s my promise,
I check with my friends, call Isiah Thomas (oh no).
Don’t pay no mind to those nasty critics,
Sayin I didn’t do a thing to fix the Knicks.
Know theyre getting better, we spare no expense,
They score a lot of points, but where’s the defence.
Everyone one’s an expert so trade your draft pick,
You gotta get this guy to fix the Knicks.
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