New York Knicks Basketball
The New York Knicks finished the 2014-15 season, their 69th overall, with a 17-65 (.207) record. Led by rookie head coach Derek Fisher, the season was highlighted by victories over the top-seeded Hawks in Atlanta and the defending champion San Antonio Spurs at the Garden. Carmelo Anthony, who started in February's All-Star game at the Garden, missed 40 games due to injury, 38 of which came after he underwent season-ending left knee surgery. Undrafted rookie Langston Galloway emerged as one of the season's bright spots following his call-up from Westchester of the NBA D-League. He finished the season third in the NBA rookie scoring race with 11.8 points and ranked fourth among first-year players with 3.3 assists. New York heads into the offseason with President and 13-time NBA Champion Phil Jackson at the helm and in possession of a Top-5 pick in June's NBA Draft and ample salary cap space to spend on free agents in July. For comprehensive coverage of the Knicks, check out nyknicks.com or follow the Knicks on Twitter @nyknicks.
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