In 2013, during the Knicks’ last playoff run, they were one of the oldest teams in the league. They had just four players who had played four or fewer seasons in the NBA, Iman Shumpert, Pablo Prigioni, Chris Copeland and James White. Out of those four, only Shumpert was under the age of 28.

This upcoming year, with Phil Jackson as the president, New York has been attempting to gather young players and hoping that they fulfill their potential. The Knicks are taking a completely different approach from the “win this year” motto of that 2012-13 season. Now, their theme is “win this year and continue winning for many more years.”

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