Pittsburgh PA (PRWEB) September 23, 2012
2012 was what one might classify as a bad season, but as the New York Knicks head into the upcoming season training camp, everyone in and around the team seem to be highly upbeat about their 2013 prospects. The collective message that sports reporters, news agencies and fans alike are getting is that "All's well with the players health and morale is high". That certainly bodes well for the game and Knicks Tickets for the upcoming season.
Recently, Raymond Felton confided to HOOPSWORLD.com in Las Vegas that he felt hungry and was roaring to get back to center court. Commenting on his own health, Amar’e Stoudemire remarked that he's in great shape and is a picture of perfect health once more.
Carmelo Anthony may have shows his clairvoyant side when he commented that he is seeing titles in the near future for his side. And speaking in true team spirit, both Marcus Camby and Jason Kidd say they are committed more than ever to push their team to the top, even if it means sacrificing their personal numbers.
The fact is that, with the many changes to the lineup, the previous 2 seasons could be looked at as a time of transition, and that the New York Knicks upcoming season in 2013 is when it all comes together for them. The 2010-11 season saw the Carmelo Anthony deal help cement Melo and Stoudemire as the lynchpins for upcoming seasons. Then, Mike D'Antoni resigned as coach of the team last season in the wake of a season shortened by a lockout. It was Mike Woodson that took over the helms and through his untiring efforts, brought the Knicks home to the playoffs.
The team go into the 2013 season with a stacked roster of superstars, but age and injury could still put a dent in their plans. However, given all the positive change that's happened, it certainly looks like all the stars - Carmelo Anthony, Amar’e Stoudemire, Jason Kidd, Iman Shumpert, Tyson Chandler, J.R. Smith, Raymond Felton and Ronnie Brewer - are aligned and primed to give fans great performances under Woodson's experienced supervision, as the New York Knicks prepare for their upcoming season.
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