NBA Panic Meter: Seven Teams That Need To Push The Panic Button Now

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Nov 30, 2014; New York, NY, USA; A dejected New York Knicks bench looks on against the Miami Heat late in the fourth quarter at Madison Square Garden. The Heat defeated the Knicks 86-79. Mandatory Credit: Adam Hunger-USA TODAY Sports

New York Knicks

Record: 4-14

New York is currently on a four-game losing streak, and have lost six of its last seven games. Even at four wins on the season, one could argue that they should only be credited with two victories — two of their wins this season have been against the Philadelphia 76ers. And we know what they’ve been about this season.

The Knicks don’t have any identity right now, and will please someone tell Derek Fisher to do something other than stand with his hands behind his back while his team loses game after game.

The team doesn’t understand the Triangle concept, and can’t seem to get anything right. New York is in need of something. Phil Jackson, literally anything.

Carmelo Anthony isn’t even willing this team to the occasional win that he’s done in the past. Reason to worry? Absolutely.

It’t time for the Knicks to hit the siren, ring the alarm and push that panic button. Someone save them.

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