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The Knicks Are Looking Bright

Kahlil Calloway, Student Journalist

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The Knicks have over-achieved this season. The beginning of the season was dreadful with Kristaps Porzingis, but they came through in the long run. The Knicks started well after Kristaps got injured, and have had an unbelievable win streak with a 4-16 record since Kristaps’ injury. In the beginning of the season, Phil Jackson left with great young talent Frank Ntilikina. Ntilikina has an amazing jump shot and has been a valuable team asset. He is a rising star and debatably the best player on the team. The young French point guard’s future is bright and he will be a future MVP. The Knicks need to make some changes starting with Kristaps and Trey Burke, as Burke had a terrible game against the Hornets, scoring 42 points. Kristaps Porzingis is an all-star and it shows that he really needs to go because he is averaging the most points on the team. The Knicks are looking bright and if they make these changes they will win a championship next year.

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