The Knicks had a lot of questions that needed immediate answers this offseason, and even with all of their big time (and somewhat risky) moves, things are starting to look a little clearer for Melo and Co. going into next season.
Still, there's a lot of speculation about what this team is actually capable of accomplishing, and it's no surprise that fans and analysts alike are completely divided over how much success this current Knicks team can actually have.
In my opinion, the biggest question mark right now for this team is the point guard position. The point guard is arguably the most important player out there on the court at any given time for any given team.
Unless you're the Heat, which kind of defeats the purpose of my last sentence, but still. You know what I'm getting at.
However, for a team built like the Knicks, and carried by shoot first players like Carmelo, pick-and-roll stylists like Amar'e Stoudemire, and alley-oop grabbers like Tyson Chandler, there's no doubt that the right guy bringing up the ball could end up bringing this team together in the right way.
The 2012-2013 season is still a few months away, and even though many (if not all) of these questions won't be answered until the Knicks play a couple of games, they're still worth analyzing. Because if the Knicks want to live up to their expectations in any way, they better hope that all the question marks clear up pretty quickly.