New York Knicks: Grading Glen Grunwald's Major Moves This Season

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New York Knicks: Grading Glen Grunwald's Major Moves This Season

After 10 months in the interim general manager role for the New York Knicks, Glen Grunwald has been promoted and is now the executive vice president and general manager of the New York Knicks.

On the surface, it's easy to assume that Grunwald has done a pretty bad job this season, as the team has dropped down a place from their sixth seed in the Eastern conference last year and is only six games over .500.

Looking deeper, though, a lot of Grunwald's individual moves have been fantastic, setting the Knicks up well for a playoff run this year and a bright future.

Going through them chronologically, I'm going to grade each and every one of the major moves Glen Grunwald made in his time as the interim GM, and come to a conclusion as to whether or not promoting him from his role was worthwhile. 

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