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Grading Every Position Heading into NY Knicks Training Camp
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With a combination of old and new pieces for 2014, the Knicks are one of the deeper teams in the league.

After an offseason of improving a roster than won 54 games in 2012-2013, the New York Knicks stand as one of the NBA's deepest teams. They have talent at every position, and the focus will be on coach Mike Woodson to piece it all together.

Following the departure of Jason Kidd, the front office solidified the point guard position by re-signing Pablo Prigioni and adding Beno Udrih. Metta World Peace was signed on the cheap after being amnestied by the Los Angeles Lakers, adding defense to a team that lacked it last season.

Carmelo Anthony is presumably healthy after an offseason of rehabbing a partially torn labrum. A year removed from an individually amazing but overall disappointing campaign, he should be more motivated and hungry for a title.

Each position will have its own battles heading into training camp. Here, we dish out grades to each spot based on the depth chart as it stands right now. 

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