2012 Knicks Offseason: Where Hope Was Lost

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2012 Knicks Offseason: Where Hope Was Lost
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playing catchup

Let's face facts.  The New York Knicks are not a title contender. 

Was 2010 really that long ago?  The New York Knicks had made some big moves to re-engage the fanbase bringing in Amar'e Stoudemire and Raymond Felton. 

Stoudemire played at an MVP level for the first three months of the season.  Raymond Felton had a career-year.  There was the emergence of young talents Danillo Gallinari and Wilson Chandler. 

In other words, hope.

Two years later, all Knicks fans can see the writing on the wall.  The Knicks are a playoff team, but unlikely to make noise. 

The Knicks' roster is still in disarray with many questions yet to be answered.  Let's take a look.

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