You got dominated in that debate; playoffs first(for experience) then you start the road to building a championship. You don't win a championship in one shot.
Its like trying to look for a job that pays 75,000 a year when you graduate HS.
Its illogical, like your post. You first have to gain EXPERIENCE(job experience, college degree, certification, getting connected with people etc and etc). Then after that you have a better opportunity of finding a job that pays 75,000 - 100,000 a year.
Knicks failed; Isiah is the last man in the planet you want building a team. Instead of getting experienced players or benitifcial CERTIFIED winning players that can be positive impacts instead of negative(Q-Brick; not even Nash could save him, Crawful; the most losingest player in NBA history, Eddy Curvy; the least passion for basketball, Randolph; the black hole of the NBA, then scrubs like Jefferies, Rose, James, Vin Baker, Cato, Taylor, Brewer, etc and etc).
Playoffs doesn't make any sense because we're 8-20 and show no signs of life. Watch the team before you post next time. I think all your assessments and logic came from last season where we were close to the playoffs but didn't have the team healthy or not to finish the job. Isiah can't build a team together. He's that dumbass kid that comes out of High School impatiently and tries to make money without getting experience, but ends up making ****ty to mediocre money for the rest of his life.
If if if if if, when are you going to use some logic? let me quote you. SHUT THE **** UP!