Subway riders at the moment are reminded of the negativity in that comes with being a Knicks fan on the same day their preseason starts.
An FS1 ad marketing crusade is asking riders to “decide a side” on the Times Sq. to Grand Central shuttle.
Twitter user Jared Mintz took an image of the half of the train with a unfavourable ad on the surface referencing to the franchise as “hopeless” alongside pictures of Joakim Noah & Tim Hardaway Jr.
Noah signed a four-year, $72 million contract last yr & has-been extensively viewed as a bust for the franchise to date. Hardaway Jr. turned several heads this offseason when the Knicks signed him to a huge four-year, $71 million deal.
On the inside the subway automotive, even the seats are crammed with unfavourable quotes.
In a photograph captured by Twitter user @mgilliga, one seat has Noah’s No. 13 jersey on it, another has “nothing will alter until Dolan sells the team” written on it followed by “sit right here when you’re hopeless,” & “the high point of the last 25 years of time of time was the movie ‘Eddie.'”
While solely photographs of the destructive ads have been shared on Twitter, different users commented saying the opposite half of the train did not have a damaging message.
“Took this yesterday. It is a two sided train saying “decide a side?” Do not portay this wrong,” twittered Alex Busch.
The Knicks face the Nets at the Garden at 7:30 p.m. Tues..
The Daily News source has reached out to FS1 for remark.
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