According to FBI documents, during the 1981-82 season, three Knicks, reportedly “heavy users of cocaine,” and their supplier, “one of the largest dealers on the East Coast,” fixed games. The dealer, a degenerate gambler who usually bet $300 a game, began laying $10,000 wagers on Knicks’ opponents — and winning them. Within 3 months, he had won six of his seven five-figure bets against the Knicks, though he continued to make his normal $300 bets on other NBA games. Recently the Knicks have regained their title as the most valuable franchise in the NBA following the acquisition of Amar’e Stoudemire, Carmelo Anthony and Jeremy Lin. Order and wear the New York Knicks Scarf to show you believe and will never bet against them.