The Knicks overhauled their roster this offseason, bringing in nine new players after losing to the Miami Heat in the first round of the playoffs last spring. Gone are Jeremy Lin, Landry Fields and Toney Douglas and in are Jason Kidd, Raymond Felton and Marcus Camby.
New York has a much deeper team this year, which means a lot of players off the bench will battle to get court time. Players’ averages might dip a bit, but the wins should go up as the Knicks have the potential to go deep into the postseason this spring.
Here are the stat projections for all the Knicks newcomers, showing who will play best for New York in 2012-13.