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

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  • 30 wins

    1 5.88%
  • 40 wins (a .500 team)

    14 82.35%
  • 50 wins

    2 11.76%
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    i think that pretty sums it up (the 1-8) except i think Boston mite not make the playoffs. nor do i think Indy will top Detroit. With the most likely departure of both Walker and Payton Boston loses key pieces...

    Charlotte-May and Okafor do play the same spot but i wouldnt be surprised (for PR reasons) if they start alot of games with Emeka at the C and may at the 4.

    the playoffs will look this (to me)...
    1.Miami
    2.Detroit
    3.New Jersey
    4.Cleveland
    5.Indiana
    6.Washington
    7.New York
    8.(i think will be a surprise too many teams fighting for it)

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    you've forgotten about Chicago... i don't think they are going to fall off the page... they are a young team growing up... Orlando and Boston will be fighting for a spot too

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    no i didnt forget about da bulls...thats why the 8th is open for debate haha. you have to figure they will prolly lose Antonio Davis, they want to get rid of Eddy Curry. they havent resigned Tyson Chandler and mite not...a lot has to be shifted in that roster for them to make it again..

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    it looks as though Lee will take the number 42 and Robinson the 9. nothing of importants here just really excited about our rookies this year. as though Sweetney could be traded aswell as Craw..we will still have a good young core with Butler, Frye, Robinson, Lee, Q-Rich and Ariza. i know were not championship potential even WITH Larry Brown but i think were a step close after the draft/trade.

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    That picture of Nate with Lee and Frye just blows me away...

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    i thought lee was supposed to be undersized. in that pic it looks like he's just as big as frye. i dunno if that's a good thing for lee or a bad thing for frye.

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    Lee is 6'9 and Channing Frye is billed at 6'11 (6'10 1/2 in all actuality)

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    lee is a hell of a rebounder too

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    The thing is you have to remember that Jerome James never got big minutes in Seattle. As the knicks work with him during training camp and preseason, He will be an above average center in the east. He has size. All he needs is a higher basketball IQ. He'll get better the more minutes he plays (sounds like Nazr Mohammed). All he has to do is post up, rebound and block a shot or two while staying out of foul trouble and he'll be a top 5 center in the east that easily.

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    Originally Posted by NYKnicks15
    i think that pretty sums it up (the 1-8) except i think Boston mite not make the playoffs. nor do i think Indy will top Detroit. With the most likely departure of both Walker and Payton Boston loses key pieces...
    i put indy at 2 b/c they get back all their players plus artest. david harrison played like a beast during summer leagues. danny granger is supposed to be the next "scottie pippen" + he was the most NBA ready and complete player in the draft. Harrison, O'Neal, Artest, Jackson, and Tinsley is as good a starting 5 as any.

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    your saying you think indiana will win the division over Detroit?
    im pretty sure indiana does lose a player, cant remember his name...oh REGGIE MILLER?! i know he was aging but still how can u forget him?

    Detroit loses nobody either? larry brown? but they still have the team plus Jason Maxiell

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    I also agree Indiana will be better than Detroit and certainly Cleveland. Danny Granger will help the ritiring of Reggie Miller. And Artest is going to be back. That does more than make up the loss for Reggie Miller. If Tinsley is healthier this season they could end up with a better record than Detroit.

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    herb- atleast .500
    larrybrown- def .500+

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    depends on how the flip thing goes down in det....they might not respond to him and i could see indy beating them. they did two years ago when they were healthy.... btw in the pic, lee is standing closer to the camera than frye is.

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    If the season started today we would need to drop 3 of our current 18 players, or more to fit in guys from summer league/ other free agents... which 3 players would you drop? roster can be found at

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