Found April 11, 2013 on Knicks Journal :
For all the years in the last decade during which the Knicks failed to put forth a competitive team, frustrating fans as they paled in comparison to the real contenders of the league, at least no one can say they haven't continued to try this season.The New York Knicks have been quite a resilient bunch this season. Considering all that they've encountered and all that they've overcome, the fact that they are Atlantic Division Champions (for the first time since Kurt Thomas was a junior in college) and are holding on to the second seed in the Eastern Conference is truly remarkable.But even as they hold on to that very placement in the East, it's becoming more difficult than ever for the Knicks to field a full team on an NBA hardwood on a nightly basis as of late. The likes of Amar'e Stoudemire, Rasheed Wallace, and Marcus Camby have battled injuries all season long, making it all the more devastating to see the likes of Tyson Chandler, Kurt Thomas, and Kenyon Mart...
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