By now we are all well aware that reserve center Kevin Seraphin is one of the greatest documentarians of our time. He's the Ken Burns of a new generation, but instead of getting celebrities to read letters from Civil War widows, he captures his footage live via social media.
It was only natural, then, that we lesser media types sift through Seraphin's Instagram and Snapchat (kslife13) to find the real story of the final game of the Knicks' 2015-16 season. I suggest you view to following photos while listening to the Vitamin C classic, "Graduation (Friends Forever)":
I promised myself I wouldn't cry ...
Seraphin spent a good deal of time recording fellow big man Kyle O'Quinn, providing a look into his legendary pre-game pastry dance routine.
As with any yearbook, there were superlatives handed out. KOQ was voted "funniest teammate I ever had."
He also spent a great deal of time with rookie Kristaps Porzingis, first on the bus ride to Bankers Life Fieldhouse ...
...and then riding through the arena together on a cart.
Goodbye, 2015-16 Knicks.
OK, now I'm crying.