by Marcel Mutoni

Every principal actor in the Knicks’ epic fall from grace has played their role this season. From upper management, the head coach, the starting point guard, right down to the ushers in the World’s Most Shameless. And now, it’s Larry Brown’s turn to throw himself into the mix. I guess he was feeling left out.

The wildly unpopular former coach, in the February edition of Philadelphia Magazine, says the Knicks regularily spied on him and others during his disastrous 2005-2006 tenure.

“Imagine when you get to work, they don’t talk to you. They had security people standing close to me in press conferences, and spies throughout the arena.”

Of course, these allegations against the paranoid Knick front office are nothing new. MSG is just a strange, toxic place all around.

Good news, everyone: Larry Brown says he wants to coach again. Why aren’t you happier? Haters.