The New York Knicks ownership has been under fire by fans, media and even players over the last few years — and rightfully so. However, you can add ex-coaches to the long list of people who want Knicks owner James Dolan to sell the team.

George Karl, a 26-year NBA head coaching veteran who retired in 2016 took to Twitter on Tuesday to express his frustrations about Dolan and the Knicks — mostly stemming from the owner’s recent altercation with Knicks superfan and film director Spike Lee.

Lee was denied entry at a recent Knicks game but the Knicks as an organization released a statement defending themselves for the incident.

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As for Karl, his 1,175 career wins rank seventh all-time and he was honored with NBA Coach of the Year in 2013 with the Denver Nuggets.

Karl coached for six different teams over his long career, most notably being the Nuggets, Seattle Supersonics and Milwaukee Bucks. And although Karl never won an NBA championship, he did reach the finals in 1996 with Seattle.

Dolan has owned the Knicks since 1999 when he took over as chairman of Madison Square Garden. The Knicks would make the Finals in his first year as team owner but since then, New York has amassed an ugly 691-994 record.

The team hasn’t had a winning record since 2012-13 and has missed the playoffs in the last six seasons. Think aren’t looking much better either as this season, New York is just 19-42 and sit near the bottom of the Eastern Conference.