NBA Draft 2012: New York Knicks' Biggest Needs

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NBA Draft 2012: New York Knicks' Biggest Needs
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The New York Knicks, by all accounts, had a very interesting 2011-2012 season.

First, there was the Jeremy Lin saga.

Then, of course, they lost most of the team to injury.

Mike D'Antoni was fired.

Amar'e punched a fire extinguisher. 

At this point, their future is up in the air. This offseason needs to be a proving ground for them as they try figure out where they are going and what kind of team they want to continue to build. 

Currently without a first round pick, and projected to pick 48th in the second round, the Knicks need to make that pick count. It is possible to pick impact players in the second round. 

This slideshow is dedicated to the five biggest needs the New York Knicks have and which they should consider while drafting. 

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