2005–06 New York Knicks season
|2005–06 New York Knicks season|
|Head coach||Larry Brown|
|Arena||Madison Square Garden|
|Playoff finish||Did not qualify|
|< 2004–05||2006–07 >|
The 2005–06 New York Knicks season was the 60th season for the team in the National Basketball Association (NBA). The Knicks finished with a 23–59 record, which left them in last place in the Atlantic Division. They had the fewest wins in the Eastern Conference in the 2005–06 season, and only the Portland Trail Blazers had fewer wins in the NBA. The Knicks' payroll for the 2005-2006 season was $124 million, putting them $74.5 million above the salary cap, and $62.3 million above the luxury tax line.
|1||8||Channing Frye||C||United States||Arizona|
|1||30||David Lee||F||United States||Florida|
|2||54||Dijon Thompson||G/F||United States||UCLA|
|y-New Jersey Nets||49||33||.598||-||29–12||20–21||10–6|
|New York Knicks||23||59||.280||23||15–26||8–33||4–12|
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