The New York Knicks played two preseason games during the second week of training camp, and while they were hardly in regular-season form, there was plenty of insight to be gleaned from their victories over the Washington Wizards and Boston Celtics.
Mike Woodson is implementing a new offensive system and different defensive principles during his first training camp as head coach of the Knicks. He is also using the preseason to experiment with various lineups in an attempt figure out what player combinations are most effective together.
Knicks fans and the media had the opportunity to assess the conditioning of players like Carmelo Anthony and Raymond Felton. They also had their first look at the oldest rookie in NBA history, Pablo Prigioni, and the players battling for the final roster spot.
Here are five things we learned about the New York Knicks during the second week of preseason.