The New York Knicks approached the season with a few unanswered questions, and after just one week, we're beginning to see some answers trickle out of camp.
The team has several starting lineup combinations to choose from, and coach Mike Woodson has hinted towards deviating from last year's formula. The addition of Andrea Bargnani will likely bump Carmelo Anthony back down to his natural small forward position, and almost eliminate the possibility of starting two point guards—a key to last season's success.
The injury bug hasn't quite bit the team just yet, but there are a few health situations to keep tabs on, namely Iman Shumpert's shoulder situation.
The team still has one roster spot up for grabs, and Woodson has begun to articulate who he thinks has the best shot at cracking the 15-man group. New York has a total of six non-guaranteed camp invitees with it.
There's still plenty of camp left to play out, including the entire preseason. But we're starting to get a feel for how the Knicks may look this season. Ahead are 10 takeaways from Greenburgh, NY this past week.