New York Knicks owner James Dolan has presided over the worst stretch of basketball for the franchise since the 1960s. Despite the excitement surrounding the last couple seasons, the team is still not a contender.
Since he took over in 1999, Dolan's Knicks have missed the playoffs eight times, gone through several controversial coaching tenures and overspent on several free agents. His feuds with the coaches and trade-deadline ineptitude haven't helped, either.
If Dolan continues to run the team the way he has for the last decade-plus, there's no way the franchise will compete for another banner in the rafters.
Here is a breakdown of the five reasons the Knickerbockers will never win while he's the owner.