FROM FEEL good to feeling old. That’s what the Knicks have become in the post-Jeremy Lin era. It’s hard to decipher if management built a team capable of beating Miami or one that should just retire there. The recent additions of Jason Kidd, Marcus Camby, Kurt Thomas and presumably Rasheed Wallace give the Knicks plenty of experience as well as four players with plenty of mileage on their legs.
Carmelo Anthony and Amar’e Stoudemire, two Knicks’ players who are in their prime, have not shown they can click at the same time, though they are essential components of a team that shed its young players in the off-season.
Jay-Z’s hip-hop show to inaugurate the Barclays Center was not about the Nets, but only not officially.