At long last, Carmelo Anthony and Amar'e Stoudemire are about to play a full season together.
It's certainly going to be an exciting one as the New York Knicks had a busy offseason and now have one of the deepest rosters in the NBA, one that brings high expectations for success both during the regular season and the playoffs.
Yet, the question still remains: Can 'Melo and Amar'e play together? The two have their fair share of critics but also don't have to worry about playing in a predictable system in 2012-13, so it's a tough question to answer.
Yet, given the Knicks' new isolation system under coach Mike Woodson and renewed commitment to defense, having Anthony and Stoudemire play together on the floor can only spell good things for the upcoming season.
Sure, they are only two players, but their combined talents will help New York stay in the hunt from start to finish and keep the fans cheering passionately. On the backs of these two men, the Knicks will finally become a playoff powerhouse.
But, just how far will the Knicks get in the playoffs and how will Anthony and Stoudemire do during their first full season? Well, dear readers, allow me to present my bold predictions for the Knicks' 2012-13 campaign, whose success will be thanks to these two superstars.