The New York Knicks were not the noisiest team in the NBA offseason. However, as a team on the edge of becoming a true league power, the Knicks made some key moves that should keep them competitive in the Eastern Conference.
For the Knicks, this offseason was about building, or rather finalizing, a team that gives them a legitimate chance to win a title in the next few seasons.
However, New York didn't orchestrate blockbuster trades to bring in any new stars (unlike their friends in Brooklyn). Instead, the Knicks focused on re-signing valuable talent and bringing in role players where needed.
Here are the best moves from general manager Glen Grunwald and company.