The Knicks followed up their first round playoff loss with an active offseason. They re-signed J.R. Smith and Steve Novak, added depth up front with Marcus Camby and Kurt Thomas and solidified the point guard position by acquiring Raymond Felton and Jason Kidd.
Still, as the season approaches, there is plenty of uncertainty surrounding this talented Knicks team.
New York's roster has turned over repeatedly over the past few years. It remains to be seen what role each player will fill and how well the various pieces will fit together.
Mike Woodson has yet to coach a full season under the bright lights of Broadway and is attempting to carve out a defensive identity for a team whose two superstars have historically been averse to playing defense. A couple of his key players are recovering from serious injuries and several of his veterans are getting up there in age.
Here are the Knicks' five biggest questions heading into the 2012-2013 season.