President of Basketball Operations Phil Jackson took over the New York Knicks in 2014 with the expectation of replicating his former success with the Chicago Bulls and Los Angeles Lakers. In the face of those expectations, Jackson’s Knicks have gone 49-115 the past two seasons, leaving New York, and especially its media, impatient and in search of answers.

According to Mike Lupica of the New York Daily News, the onus of the Knicks’ problems lies primarily on Jackson’s shoulders. Some Knicks fans disagreed, then proceeded to chide the Daily News' Knicks beat writer Frank Isola unprovoked. One of these fans included actor Christopher Mintz-Plasse, best known for his role as “McLovin’” in the 2007 hit film Superbad.

These tweets by Mintz-Plasse were posted on April 12th, and it took Isola a bit of time to find the tweets and respond, but when he did, things took an increasingly amusing turn.

This confrontational, though somewhat satirical, exchange between Isola and Mintz-Plasse is only rendered even more entertaining by Mintz-Plasse’s pinned tweet on his Twitter profile. Twitter allows each user to pick any one of the user’s previous tweets to pin as the first tweet on their profile. Mintz-Plasse chose this tweet long before this exchange took place.

Mintz-Plasse continued to tweet at other users’ responses to this exchange, and is, at the time of this article’s publication, still doing so.

In light of the Knicks’ poor performance on the court this season, this twitter exchange may be one of the more endearing moments for Knicks fans to remember about another lost season.

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