3 Reasons the New York Knicks Will Regain Winning Form

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3 Reasons the New York Knicks Will Regain Winning Form

The New York Knicks have known streaks this season—both of the woeful and inspiring variety—and they are about to snap out of their most worrisome skid with a hopeful string of victories.

The Knicks 119-114 loss to the Bucks on March 9 will mark a turning point; in hindsight, it will be seen as a watershed evening when some of the disparate parts of the Knicks' squad first began to gel in a cohesive unit.

There was, of course, plenty that went wrong in that game—especially at the defensive end of the floor. It is not surprising, then, that after a fourth straight loss, comment boards filled with a steady stream of panic-stricken and sometimes competing calls to fire coach Mike D'Antoni, trade Carmelo Anthony, run the offense through Carmelo Anthony like the pre-Linsanity days or to throw away both Amar'e Stoudemire and Carmelo Anthony in a "Hail Mary" pass for Dwight Howard.

Here are three reasons the Knicks don't need to do any of that to regain their winning ways.

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