The New York Knicks 2012-2013 campaign was the best season the team has had in the past 13 years.
This year was the first time the Knicks had won a playoff series since the 1999-2000 season.
It was the first time the Knicks had won the Atlantic Division since the year I was born, 1993.
Carmelo Anthony finished third in the MVP voting. J.R. Smith won the NBA’s 6thMan of Year Award. Tyson Chandler was named to the NBA’s All Defensive First Team.
But I’m here to tell you that this Knicks team is a lost cause.
Let’s start off with their roster. Almost all of the Knicks that received serious playing time this year are still under contract for next season.
Here are the players that are scheduled to be free agents this summer: Renaldo Balkman, Kurt Thomas, Rasheed Wallace, James White, Chris Copeland, Kenyon Martin, Quentin Richardson, and Soloman Jones.
J.R. Smith has a player option for next season, but after him, almost everyone in the Knicks rotation is under contract for two more seas...