Final Grades for Every NY Knicks Starter in 2012-13

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Final Grades for Every NY Knicks Starter in 2012-13
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The Knicks' ran out several different starting units in 2012-13.

The injury-riddled New York Knicks ran out 24 starting lineups during the 2012-13 NBA season, which included 15 different players who earned a GS next to their names in the box score. Surely you're familiar with the Carmelo Anthonys and Raymond Feltons, but even the James Whites and Ronnie Brewers will earn their individual recognition here.

Apologies to Solomon Jones and Earl Barron—afterthought big men who each snuck into one starting lineup—as well as Steve Novak and Marcus Camby, who started one and four games, respectively. We'll be dishing out grades for Knicks who were on-court for the opening tip at least five times this season.

Thanks to Mike Woodson's interesting scheme involving certain starters playing next-to-nothing minutes, several of the following players didn't impact their started contests all that much. Their contributions, albeit minimal, will be recognized. Oh yeah, we'll talk about the important guys, too.

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