Grading the NY Knicks' Players at 2014 NBA All-Star Break

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Grading the NY Knicks' Players at 2014 NBA All-Star Break
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In 82 games last season, the New York Knicks lost 29 times. Through 52 contests in 2013-14, this year's group has already dropped 32 games and is on the outside looking in at the Eastern Conference playoff picture. 

A result of poor play from everyone on the roster, with the exception of Carmelo Anthony, the Knicks' season-long struggles are the culmination of poor coaching, poor roster construction over the offseason and brutal instruction from upper management. 

With the first half of the season in the books, New York stands at 10th in the East, two-and-a-half games out of a playoff seed. More importantly, the team is five games off pace of the Washington Wizards for the sixth seed, which would ensure a first-round playoff matchup devoid of powerhouses Indiana or Miami.

Little has gone right this season for Mike Woodson's group, and predictably, New York's primary rotation players have faltered over the season's first half. Ahead, we grade their brutal stretches heading into the All-Star break. 

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