The day after the Knicks were booted out of the NBA playoffs in the first round by the Heat — the team most likely to be crowned champion — they were right back where they started the season. The coach’s job status was up in the air, they had an unsettled point guard situation, a power forward with a bad back, and questions about whether two of their stars could exist in the same orbit. VOTE NOW! PLAY KNICKS KEEP ‘EM OR DUMP ‘EM WOODSON DROPS BROWN’S AGENT AT MSG’S URGING This is not to say that all is doom and gloom with the Knicks. If they could have kept all their players healthy, not squandered so many winnable games early on and won their division, they could have avoided Miami in the first round and might have gotten to the second round. They certainly are as good as Indiana and Philadelphia, maybe better. But there was no way this injury-riddled team was going to beat the Heat this year. Even a healthy version of this team doesn’t beat Miami, though it would have been a better measuring stick of where it stands. As management figures out which players stay… Read full this story
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