What We’ve Learned About the 2015-16 New York Knicks so Far

December 3rd, 2015 by Sara Peters Leave a reply »

Through nine wins and 10 losses, New York Knicks fans have learned, to their pleasure, that the 2015-16 Knicks are a whole lot better than last year's squad. We can also concede that Phil Jackson might have the makings of a smart NBA executive and isn't just a 6'8" mad scientist concocting rosters in his lab.  

Beyond that, though, defining this team has, thus far, been a slippery business. Just when you think you've got it figured out, it does something that breaks form—typical of a new roster trying to find its identity.

This grappling with a .500 average and flirting with a playoff berth leaves fans perpetually teeter-tottering on the brink of "BOO!" or "Woo-hoo!" That's probably how the entire season will be, folks, so get used to that dizzy feeling. 

Here are a few things we can stick a pin in...for now. 


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