If the season is through for the New York Knicks, then they have a surplus of questions to answer ahead of the offseason. We’ll take a look at three.
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While that is an improvement over last year’s 17-65 record, the on-court product along with the direction they’ve taken as a franchise wouldn’t be considered a step up at all.
The Knicks fired their head coach just 22 games into his second season. There’s been just as much drama, if not more, than the days of Carmelo Anthony or Kristaps Porzingis, without the luxury of having such talent on the roster or on the court.
Additionally, Julius Randle has been nothing more than a season-long headache, Kevin Knox is still struggling, Damyean Dotson has fallen completely out of the rotation, and RJ Barrett’s rookie season has been far from picture-perfect.
And it may not be getting better anytime soon, as the NBA has officially entered a hiatus–or what some believe may be the actual end to the 2019-2020 season.
Few franchises have more questions to answer than the New York Knicks. And if the season’s truly over, they’ll need to address them now, and begin yet another offseason of retooling. That being said, a look at three pressing questions regarding next year’s Knicks.