Raymond Felton lets out huge yawn during Knicks overtime loss

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Last night the New York Knicks were involved in an incredibly close game against the Sacremento Kings.

After the two teams were tied at 96-96 after the fourth quarter, overtime was required.

And while most players would be battling fatigue, the majority of pros are capable of rallying in added time - but not Raymond Felton apparently.

As the video clip shows, the point guard was hardly thrilled at the prospect.

Cameras caught the 2005 first round draft pick letting lose a giant yawn as coach Mike Woodson attempted to give out some crucial advice with 30 seconds on the clock and the Knicks trailing by five.

With Felton, who scored eight points during the Knicks 106-101 loss, already a fairly unpopular man amongst Knicks fans this is hardly going to help his reputation.

His woeful season just got a little bit worse. 

Sometimes Melo must ask himself exactly what is going on around him.

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