Over at the Old Gray Lady, I talked about the Knicks’ new-found depth, and how that’s, like, a good thing. It is, right? OK, good.
Just one month ago, the Knicks found themselves mired in a six-game skid – a streak punctuated by their double overtime loss to Denver on Jan. 21. In that home loss to the Nuggets, Josh Harrellson – the surprisingly productive second-round rookie forward – would sustain a wrist injury, further depleting what was already considered one of the thinnest rosters in the N.B.A.