New York Knicks: Projecting the Opening Day 10-Man Rotation

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New York Knicks: Projecting the Opening Day 10-Man Rotation
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Mike Woodson and Carmelo Anthony

On November 1, the New York Knicks will start their season against the New Jersey Nets, and Coach Mike Woodson has some decisions to make. 

According to ESPN, starting power forward and superstar Amar'e Stoudemire will miss two to three weeks due to a ruptured cyst behind his left knee. This means New York will be opening their season without STAT and, hence, with a revamped starting lineup.

On top of that, facing their new crosstown rival makes the game a crucial one for both fans and players attempting to get the rivalry and season off on the right foot. 

For Mike Woodson, that means decisions lie ahead. Does he put forth a small lineup with multiple guards, or does he go for size? Who gets the slots, and who gets the minutes?

Here is our game plan.  

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