New York Knicks: What To Expect From the New Roster

July 19th, 2010 by Jonathan Goldberg Leave a reply »
Out with the old, and in with the new. After two years of trading talent (albeit useless talent) for expiring contracts, the New York Knicks spent this summer finally adding to their payroll instead of subtracting from it. With an essentially brand new, revamped, roster there is a lot of speculation as to what to expect this year. Three quarters of the roster are new players. Not one of them is above the age of 30. This bodes well for a rebuilding Knicks, who after a miserable decade, are on the right track to become a contender in a few years. Youth, talent, good contracts (for the most part); Knicks fans can now breathe a sigh of relief. New York basketball is back.


Here is a look at the (projected) new Knicks roster:


Point Guards

Raymond Felton

The fifth overall pick in the 2005 draft. He was taken right behind fellow point guards Deron Williams and Chris Paul. While not as high profile as the the two taken before him, Felton has been very good at the point with the Charlotte Bobcats. For his career, he has averaged 13.3 PPG and 6.4 APG.


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