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Where do the New York Knicks most need to make a roster addition and who can they realistically target?
The New York Knicks season came to an end Saturday night in a frustrating and disappointing cloud of Roy Hibbert rebounds and Lance Stephenson preening. An initial dump of reaction articles categorized the season as a failure, blamed Mike Woodson, blamed Carmelo Anthony, blamed JR Smith, and blamed and blamed and blamed. The future has been painted as grim as the Knicks lack the adequate support for their superstar and the flexibility to improve around him, while endless questions continue to swirl about Anthony’s competence as a lead player on a championship contender and Woodson’s ability to get out of the 2nd round. What of all this?
Can the New York Knicks get by without J.R. Smith? Kevin Smith gives us 5 reasons why he shouldn’t be on next year’s roster.
The New York Knicks seasoned ended tonight…damnit
Joe Caporoso with a Game 6 Preview for the New York Knicks, who will try to force a Game 7. HIGH ANXIETY
A collection of New York Knicks writers discuss their reasons for optimism on the New York Knicks heading into Game 6
The New York Knicks are still breathing as they knocked off the Indiana Pacers, 85-75 in Game 5