Less than three weeks removed from the Boston Marathon bombings, New York Knicks power forward Kenyon Martin disgraced the NBA by wearing black


Kenyon Martin deserves condemnation.

Displeased head coach Mike Woodson addressed the Knicks for purposefully wearing black to mimic a funeral before Wednesday’s elimination contest against the Boston Celtics in New York.

Making the second-seeded Knicks look like a fleet of bat caves, the Celtics beat New York 92-86 to extend the heated first-round series to a Game 6 tonight in Boston.

Long considered a malignant prick, reenergized Knicks power forward Kenyon Martin reportedly arranged the shameful color scheme.

The 55-year-old Woodson, a no-nonsense defensive mind who has compiled an outstanding record of 72-34 since replacing the terminated Mike D’Antoni in February 2012, told the players to leave such antics “outside the game.”

Martin, drafted by the New Jersey Nets out of the University of Cincinnati first overall in 2000, has greatly bolstered New York’s frontcourt since joining the squad on February 23.

Regardless, dismissing any success on the hardwood, it is evident the 35-year-old former Bearcat hasn’t matured or improved as a man.

Less than three weeks removed from the horrific Boston Marathon bombings on April 15, Martin disgraced the entire NBA.

A member of the 2001 All-Rookie First Team and a 2004 All-Star, perhaps Kenyon Martin should still be “outside the game.”

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