Writers Roundtable: What Do You Need To See Before The Break?

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A Good Rhythm


I need to see the Knicks get their chemistry back with all of the injured players returning. They could be one of the scariest teams in the league, and now they finally have their whole team healthy, with the exception of Rasheed Wallace and Marcus Camby. Amar’e Stoudemire is energized and efficient off the bench, Iman Shumpert is working his way back into shape, and the backcourt of Raymond Felton and Jason Kidd is healthy once again. With Carmelo Anthony and Tyson Chandler playing at All-Star levels, the Knicks look to separate themselves in the East. New York is 24-9 when Felton is on the floor, but only 6-6 without him. With all of their weapons back, I see the Knicks playing their best basketball after the All-Star Break. –Joseph Wetzler, Knicks Fan Since ’03

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