After the New York Knicks went 6-5 in February, the month of March is going to be instrumental in showing us if the Knicks are ready to compete.
The Knickerbockers have a grueling schedule ahead of them as they’re set to play 18 games over the next month.
This could be a problem for the Knicks’ aging roster. During New York's 109-105 win against the Golden State Warriors, Mike Woodson left Carmelo Anthony and Tyson Chandler on the court for 40 and 42 minutes, respectively.
If they have too many of those types of games during the rest of the season, the Knicks are prone to losing one of those two to an injury before the playoffs.
Here are the five most important games on the Knicks’ March schedule. The games are listed in chronological order as they appear on the schedule.