Re-Grading Every NY Knicks Offseason Acquisition

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Re-Grading Every NY Knicks Offseason Acquisition
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Now that we've seen a handful of games from these Knicks, what can we make of their offseason?

We're nearing the point of the season where conclusions can start to be drawn about the New York Knicks. Based off what they've shown thus far, this past offseason was a complete failure.

After winning 54 games in 2012-13, management decided to scrap everything and feature a new-look rotation. Out was the three-point, floor-stretching assault that led New York to having the third-best offense in the league, and in came a clunky, expensive mess that hasn't shown any signs of cohesion, save for a two-game stretch earlier this month.

As the summer concluded and the season neared, the Knicks seemed primed to make another playoff run as a top-five Eastern Conference team. Heck, their owner expected nothing less than a championship

At 5-15, the Knicks have their work cut out for them to even make the playoffs. 

Tyson Chandler's injury after just four games certainly did the team no favors, but was this team doomed from the start anyway?

We'll take a look back at this summer's Knicks moves, and try to pinpoint where everything went wrong.

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