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This Rude Tweet About the Knicks Is Factually Wrong But Spiritually Correct

ESPN’s NBA-focused Twitter account @ESPNNBA has been doing that thing where a Twitter account counts down the days until the beginning of some new season with photos that correspond to whatever number of days is left until the start of whatever is being anticipated. Today, the account tweeted an image to mark the NBA season starting up again in 17 days that turned out to be both entirely incorrect and extremely rude to the New York Knicks.
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