Any petty or butt-hurt Knicks fans still out there? Well, proceed with caution here, because we're not sure if this story will put salt in the wounds or help speed up the recovery from the ugly break up involving Kristaps Porzingis.
The Knicks appear to be moving on rather quickly from their formerly beloved Unicorn, however, as it has been confirmed
The Knicks are no longer celebrating Latvian Heritage Night on Feb. 24 at Madison Square Garden.— Diamond Leung (@diamond83) February 14, 2019
The Knicks play the Spurs on the date in question, and only San Antonio's Davis Bertans would have been celebrated at this point, so cancelling the occasion was probably best for all parties involved.
But really, how are we feeling, New York? This is most likely the last step the city has taken to permanently remove themselves from anything and everything concerning KP.
The Knicks have had Croatian Heritage Night (Mario Hezonja) and French Heritage Night (Frank Ntilikina). With Kristaps Porzingis no longer here, there apparently will be no Latvian Heritage Night. The president of Latvia attended Latvian Heritage Night with Porzingis last year. https://t.co/6vBvboDpT2— Ian Begley (@IanBegley) February 14, 2019
He's gone, and that's all there is to it.
The Knicks claim to be handling Porzingis-related matters professionally, and while that is up for debate, we are absolutely here for these little digs and slights thrown his way.