Should the New York Knicks Wait for Carmelo Anthony or Try To Win Now?

December 4th, 2010 by Mark Birdsell Leave a reply »
The New York Knicks don’t look like they are going to be making their first NBA Finals appearance since 1999 this year.  However, for the first time in a long time, the Knicks look more then capable of competing for a playoff spot.

Donnie Walsh didn’t make as big of a splash this summer as anticipated, signing Amare Stoudemire and Raymond Felton instead of LeBron James or Dwayne Wade, but the team is playing solid basketball.

Stoudemire and Felton have developed good chemistry on the court.  While they may not be as potent of a pick-and-roll combo as Amare and Steve Nash, this team is coming together and starting to win games.

Anthony Randolph looks more and more like he will never reach the much hyped “potential.”  However, Landry Fields appears to be the steal of the draft.

The future of the Knicks looks more promising then ever.  And moving forward Walsh has a number of decisions to make.

Ever since Carmelo Anthony’s wedding this summer, the Internet has been a buzz about the possibility of Chris Paul and Anthony joining Amare in New York.  That is easier said than ...

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