Can the Knicks finally make the playoffs after a successful offseason?

Whether you like them or not, you have to feel bad for the New York Knicks. They have just been so poorly run over the years and have an owner in James Dolan who seems to care more about his band than he does his NBA organization.

Fans of the Knicks have pleaded for the NBA to remove Dolan as the owner of the team, but with no intentions to sell the team at this moment, it seems like the Knicks are stuck in an endless cycle of torment until they can get an owner who actually cares about the players, staff, and executives.

The problems with Knicks ownership however is not affecting new President of the Knicks, Leon Rose and GM Scott Perry, who are determined to turn this franchise back into a championship contender, something they have not been since the Patrick Ewing days in the early 90s. The last New York Knicks championship came in 1973 when Walt Frazier was throwing it down in ‘The Garden.’ 

This season has a chance to be different for the Knicks, not just because of their new management and offseason moves, but because of their new head coach. The Knicks hired Tom Thibodeau to be the franchise’s 13th head coach since 2000 and have a lot of faith in him being their head coach for years to come as they signed him to a five-year contract.

This will be the third organization Thibodeau will be the head coach of as he has been a head coach in the NBA for 8 different seasons, posting a respectable 352-246 (58.9%) record. In 5 seasons coaching the Bulls, he led them to the playoffs every season from 2010-2015 and made it to the Eastern Conference Finals in 2011. 

He has had a lot of success over the years coaching young talent and this is what the Knicks front office hopes Thibs can do for them. With young core pieces such as RJ Barrett and Mitchell Robinson, the future looks to be bright for the Knicks as long as they do not screw things up again.

The New York Knicks had a great offseason and if everything lines up right, they could find themselves back in the playoffs sooner than expected.

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