New York Knicks: 3 positive takeaways from an up-and-down offseason

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Three positive takeaways from what ended up being quite the chaotic offseason for the New York Knicks. 

There are two ways to look at the New York Knicks‘ offseason. On one hand, you can say that the Knicks had a successful offseason. But on the other, you can also say that the Knicks are heading into the 2022-23 season on a sour note.

And, quite frankly, you can probably say that about many teams in the league after the offseason. Nevertheless, the Knicks is a bit of a split fanbase at this moment. But I think it’s important to note that not all has been lost after the offseason.

The New York Knicks should not be defined by missing out on Donovan Mitchell

The biggest reason why many believe that the Knicks’ offseason ended on a sour note is because of a failed attempt to land Donovan Mitchell. But not all is lost for the Knicks.

In anticipation of the start of the 2022-23 season, we explore three positive takeaways after an up-and-down offseason.