Not only can the New York Knicks win the Atlantic Division, they’re going to.
Now, of course, no matter what kind of fan one is, generally it’s not wise to take such a cocky stance.
No matter how good a team is, you never know.
And we’re talking about the Knicks here: a team perennially not “comfortable” with league domination, or even winning their own division, a feat—no, coup—they have not accomplished in almost 20 years (1993-94). It just hasn’t been their thing.
But finally, New York is poised to claim a fifth division banner this upcoming season. This front office (Grunwald), this coach, and this team will be the first in two decades to solve the riddles of the Atlantic.
And what are the answers to those riddles? How will the Knicks win the Atlantic?
Let’s start with the question, “Who’s going to stop them?”