Spike Lee is arguably the most famous Knicks fan on the floor each night. The man is committed, even after this brutal season. It’s interesting that after devoting his life to this one team– and certainly bringing publicity to the team– he doesn’t get the love back from the organization.
Phil Jackson said of Spike Lee, “Spike is an avid Knicks fan who doesn’t know anything about basketball.” Judging by that Knicks record, Phil, your triangle offense ain’t working either.
How might Lee, being one of the most famous Knicks fans, use his influence to further the African-American cause? Why might the organization push back on Lee’s association with them?