View Poll Results: How many wins will the knicks win (on average)

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Thread: If the Season started today.

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    Default If the Season started today.

    I’m just a little curious if the knicks season started today and Herb was the coach how do u think it will end…………

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    a 500 team...but in two years...Div champs

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    probably a .500 team but not division champs.

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    i think this year were 500, make 7 or 8 seed, but prolly no division (esp if nets get shareef) next year we win division

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    With Herb or Larry and a starting 5 of:

    Marbury
    QRichardson
    TThomas
    Frye
    James

    38-44 record. Every thing depends on James at this point and Marbury getting the others involved. This can't be what Isiah invisioned:-( They're must be another trade brewing.

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    If the season started today... the Atlantic is not a lock with the Nets not with Abdur-Rahim at PF and Wright coming of the bench... the 76's have a lot of improving up and coming talent - anythings possible with them (good or bad)... somehow i don't think Isaih is finished

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    We are gonna shine this year....
    Above .500 babyyyyyy, call me a dreamer
    but I can't help it, am a Knicks fan

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    Originally Posted by nycefnl
    Marbury
    QRichardson
    TThomas
    Frye
    James
    i think the starting 5 will be more like:

    Marbury
    Crawford
    QRich
    Sweetney
    James

    Frye should play PF but not as a starter in his rookie campaign. Unless Crawford or Marbury gets traded, I don't see Crawford or QRich coming off the bench, that leaves TT out of the picture.

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    40-47 Because the Atlantic isnt that strong

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    Sounds like the Nets got Abdul Rahim so they might be one of the best line ups in the East.

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    Yeah but Abdur Rahim J Kidd Jefferson and Vinsanity are all injury prone.

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    im not a very optimistic person BUT i put my vote in for the 50 wins. Heres why...a few more trades. if what Isiah has in mind goes through well be a good team. Look to see a new startin PF on our roster by the end of offseason.

    BUT the question is if the season started right now WITH Herb as our coach. If Herb is our coach i think Isiah will have what he has built...A RUN AND GUN TEAM. Small but energetic and fast. mostly effective. still a 45+ win team.

    C Jerome James
    F Tim Thomas
    F Quentin Richardson
    G Jamal Crawford
    G Stephon Marbury

    doesnt look to awe inspiring BUT with Ariza, Frye, Lee, Robinson, Sweetney coming off the bench aswell itll be atleast a fun team to watch

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    Some guys think we are going to go from 33-49 to 50 plus wins... a minimum of a 17 game turn around... i know LB is good, but that good... remember our starting center ain't THAT good, and hasn't played much minutes, we don't have a starting PF yet... the SF is not solid with TT playing there...

    We can't start Q at SF and Crawford at SG, it too small, and the defensive is non-existant... Crawford will have to come off the bench...

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    i'm not sure i would want any of the remaining free agents available. i'd rather stick it out until the trade deadline see who'll be available then. so with the current guys that we have, we'll be below .500 before the trade deadline and depending on whether or not we can get another key addition, we're gonna have to claw our way out. i'd say a couple of games above .500 at best.

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    Here's how I project the East to unfold this year:
    1. Miami
    2. Indy
    3. Detroit
    4. NJ
    5. Cleveland
    6. Wizards
    7. Boston
    8. NY
    9. Philly
    10. Milwaukee
    11. Chicago
    12. Orlando
    13. Toronto
    14. Atlanta
    15. Charlotte

    Barring any injuries I think the 1st five spots are pretty much a lock. 6 through 12 are tough to call. Wizards still pretty much have their core intact. Boston's bench keeps on getting deeper as their younger players gain more experience. If Philly loses Dalembert they'll drop, AI can't carry the team forever. Redd & Simmons with Ford & Bogut on Milwaukee will be interesting to see. Last year was a fluke for Chicago, I think they were more intimidated by Skiles than anything else. In Orlando, Hill's ankle has to hold up b/c any team with Francis as the focal point on the offense will struggle. Toronto could not have had a worse off-season. First with the pick of Villanueva, then they chose Joey Graham over Danny Granger. Atlanta, how many SF do they need. Charlotte, doesn't Sean May & Okafor play the same position?

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