Knicks Twitter mourns after once again failing to move up in NBA Draft Lottery


Another NBA Draft Lottery, another dose of heartbreak for the Knicks and their long-suffering fanbase.

After locking in at the 11th pick in Tuesday night's lottery, the 'Bockers once again failed to move up in the lottery for the 28th time out of 28 tries, or every single lottery they have been a part of since winning the No. 1 overall pick in the first-ever lottery in 1985, when New York grabbed Patrick Ewing.

The Knicks, despite all of their painful losing in recent decades, are still waiting to pick No. 1 overall for the first time since drafting Ewing, the last time they experienced true lottery luck.

Not surprisingly, the mood among Knicks fans on social media after the ping pong balls were drawn was a somber one.