As far as point guard Nate Robinson is concerned, the Knicks' slate has been wiped clean.
Considering the team's horrendous play last season and soap opera-like off-season, that's probably a good thing.
"It's a new year," Robinson said. "We have more hunger, more drive. We weren't happy with what happened last year."
The second-year guard spoke to youngsters yesterday during the conclusion of Knicks' summer camp at Basketball City in Chelsea Piers. Robinson emphasized the importance of hard work and perseverance. In a way, Robinson could have been speaking to his teammates. Hard work and perseverance are necessary if the Knicks hope to improve on a dismal 23-59 campaign and overcome an off-season that has been anything but ordinary.
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