Knicks owner James Dolan is a serious micromanager—and he's really concerned about the Knicks' 1-2 start this season. So concerned that he's making changes to...the dancers?

The Daily News' Frank Isola reports, "Dolan has become such a hands-on owner — figuratively speaking — that, according to a source, he doesn’t want the dancers dancing. Crazy, right? The same guy who wanted creative input on the dancers’ outfits (and he’s good at it) apparently ordered that the girls’ roles be reduced to mostly throwing T-shirts into the crowd. They performed maybe one routine on Sunday."

Isola continues, "Why? No one seems to know, except the standard answer is usually 'that’s Dolan.' And this is where I draw the line. Be upset all you want at the players for underperforming. But the dancers? The KCD’s have been the model of fitness, enthusiasm and execution for two decades. The Knicks? They’ve had one good season out of the last 13."

Last week, Isola wrote of Dolan's desire to win a championship, "The Knicks won six playoff games last season, which happens to be 10 shy of the number needed to hoist the Lawrence O’Brien Trophy. Does anyone, other than Dolan, believe this Knicks team, which lacks leadership and a legitimate second superstar, can win 16 playoff games?" There is very little love lost between the Knicks and Isola. Luckily Dolan, who has a smooth blues rock band called JD and the Straight Shot, has a song called "Fix the Knicks":

FWIW, many Knicks City Dancers have full-time jobs in addition to dancing.