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Kristaps is hurt.

NBA: Milwaukee Bucks at New York Knicks Andy Marlin-USA TODAY Sports

Hello, you wonderful fools. You fans of the New York Knicks.

A basketball game was played Tuesday night. The Knicks lost, as they usually do. None of that matters, though, because Kristaps Porzingis injured his knee in a terrifying incident. Read all about it right here.

There was more than a half of basketball to be played after that horror show, somehow. The Knicks got their asses handed to them in the third quarter, as they usually do. Jeff Hornacek sat Frank Ntilikina for almost the entirety of the second half, tossing him a couple of pity minutes at the end of the blowout just to let everybody know that it wasn’t an injury thing, that the coach was super teaching him a lesson about something. Tim Hardaway Jr. got dunked on, then later he also went out with an injury.

You want a highlight? This is the only highlight I’ve got for you.

God bless you, Steve Novak. You remind me of a simpler time.

No recap tonight. This game should burn in hell forever.