Breaking Down How NY Knicks Must Approach Critical 2013 Offseason

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Breaking Down How NY Knicks Must Approach Critical 2013 Offseason
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The New York Knicks have never been shy to make noise in the offseason, but with little cap space and limited flexibility, it will be hard to make any major changes this summer.

After some crafty moves by Glen Grunwald, New York brought in nine new faces last season, most of whom worked out pretty well. As a result, the franchise isn't in a situation where it needs to completely overhaul the roster.

Instead, the Knicks simply need to make some incremental changes to add to the core they've built. Even at their level of committed future salary, there are plenty of options out there.

Though the second-round exit was disappointing, this was still a 54-win team last season, so addressing some areas of weakness could be the difference that makes this team a genuine title-contender.

If all goes to plan, there shouldn't be too many new additions, but the few players Grunwald and company bring in could have a major impact, so this is still a very critical offseason.

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