Thursday, August 1, 2013

What Were the Best Moves of a Busy Offseason for the Knicks?

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COMMENTARY | Despite a roster that underwent minimal turnover, the New York Knicks were busy this offseason. Without the cap flexibility to be big players in free agency, they focused their attention on re-signing their own players and scouting the trade market for upgrades.

 The only player the Knicks whiffed on was restricted free agent Chris Copeland, who signed with the Indiana Pacers. A defensive liability that provided instant offense off the bench, the 29-year-old rookie earned a new deal that New York simply couldn't afford. While he'll be missed, the Knick' bench projects to have no problem scoring this season.

The Knicks did make a splash with a big trade, as well as a few veteran signings. Which of their moves will help New York the most this season?

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