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Every week at Turn On The Knicks our staff will debate an issue of the week surrounding the team here in Roundtable Format. Make sure to give everybody a follow on Twitter, and follow the site right here. Let us know if you agree/disagree. What do you expect from Ron Artest this season?  Joe Caporoso - The hope is that Artest brings some needed defense to the Knicks wing position and has some type of consistent ability to knock down the corner three. In theory, putting him at the 3 with Carmelo Antony at the 4 should be a strong pairing that allows the Knicks flexibility on both ends of the court. Artest is never an easy player to predict and he is going to make some plays that drive all of us insane, including awful shot selections and poorly timed technical fouls. However, in the end he should be a net positive addition for the Knicks and a very valuable player to have in the rotation in the playoffs. Considering what they spent for him, it is hard to see the team regretting the ...
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