New Year, Same Old New York Knicks

November 13th, 2010 by Leslie Monteiro Leave a reply »
The Knicks failed to get LeBron James, but they were not going to let it ruin their offseason. They talked about how Amare Stoudamire, Raymond Felton, Anthony Randolph and Ronny Turias would make them a better team.

That wasn't saying much at the time. Anything would have been an improvement over what we saw in recent years. 

Sure, they are going to win 35 games, but that isn't good enough to make the playoffs.

The Knicks' performance left a lot to be desired this week. After beating the Bulls and the Wizards on back-to-back nights last week, they took a step back by losing to the Sixers, Bucks, Warriors and the Timberwolves.

They have no business losing to the those teams. It was imperative that they beat a team they were competing against for a playoff spot this year. With losses like those, it's hard to take them seriously as a playoff contender.

The bad week shouldn't come as a surprise. The Knicks are capable of beating some good teams, but you can also bet on them to lose to bad teams. It's been the same old story for the last few years.

It was old long time ago. This franchise showed ...

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