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New York Knicks Complete 2016-17 Season Preview

Where to even begin with this team? We could talk about all the offseason moves the New York Knicks made following their disappointing 34-win finish last year. After all, they did hire a new coach, bring in three new starters, nine new players overall and revamp the bench. And if everything goes right, if everyone stays healthy and meshes and buys in, the Knicks certainly could, as Jeff Van Gundy recently said, win 50 games and emerge as one of the top teams in the Eastern Conference.
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