The shortened 2011-12 NBA season hasn’t started out the way many New York Knick fans hoped—especially those with Time Warner Cable.
After a thrilling victory over the Boston Celtics on Christmas Day, the Knicks have gone 1-5. Since the calendar shifted from 2011 to 2012, the Big Apple’s basketball squad has gone 0-2 by losing at home to the Toronto Raptors and Charlotte Bobcats.
The Knicks season is just one-11th of the way completed, but with how they’ve played so far, it might be fair to think that expectations for each of the team’s key players have shifted a bit in comparison to before the season began.
Here’s my take on what those expectations currently are.