Found April 19, 2013 on Turn On The Knicks:
The New York Knicks have endured in one of their best regular seasons in team history, finishing with an 54-28 record under Head Coach Mike Woodson. In Woodson’s first full training camp and season under his belt at the helm, the Knicks are one of only seven teams in the NBA that have surpassed the 50 win mark. Led by superstar Carmelo Anthony, reigning defensive player of the year in Tyson Chandler, coupled with the veteran leadership of Jason Kidd, the Knicks have gone above and beyond this year, despite a few mid-season bumps in the road. However, not taking a single bit of credit away from the core of the team, it’s time to recognize the impact that Chris Copeland has had on this team. Looking at the Copeland situation from another aspect, it’s about time the Knicks front office and coaching staff deserve an immense amount of credit for what I believe was arguably the best free-agent find of the year in the 29-year-old rookie. Copeland has provided a consistent scoring threat fo...
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