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We’re officially 33 days away from New York Knicks basketball! This season, the Knicks get things started with consecutive games against the best teams in the Eastern Conference, who both happen to be play in the in the Central. Even with the absence of Paul George, you can make the argument that the this is the best division in the league, and as the Knicks proved last year, even a random weekday matchup against the Bucks can turn into a total disaster. Here’s how New York’s season shakes out against the Central Division:

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