How many wins will the Knicks have in 2015?
- 35-39 (33%, 44 Votes)
- 40-44 (28%, 38 Votes)
- 30-34 (24%, 32 Votes)
- Less than 30 (8%, 11 Votes)
- More than 45 (7%, 9 Votes)
Total Voters: 134
@NYKnicksPodcast: Come on, losing Felton and Woodson should result in at least a 5-game improvement.
@m_shantz: I’m really excited to re-watch the 2012-2013 Toronto #Raptors (34-48), Calderon, Bargnani, Acy, and Melo as Rudy Gay.
With Derek Fisher learning how to coach just months removed from playing in the postseason for the Oklahoma City Thunder, and a roster that isn’t too much more talented than last year’s, the postseason is a pipe dream. Plus, learning the triangle offense will be a process for the established incumbents.
It remains to be seen if Fisher’s version of the offense can buck this trend and promote the kind of passing to which triangle coaches always seem to pay lip service. But he’ll have his work cut out for him with these Knicks. The 2013-14 version of the team finished 27th out of 30 teams in assist rate, with frequent complaints about the lack of ball movement hurled in Woodson’s direction by the New York press. These were not your Red Holzman-era Knicks.