Chris Bosh has spent the off-season reveling in winning an NBA Championship and gearing up for the 2012-2013 NBA season. He recently told ESPN he has been bulking up in an effort to demonstrate a willingness to man the center position this season, but he also talked about the New York Knicks.
Yeah, he believes the Knicks will fly under the radar and may surprise teams.
“I just wanna say — the freakin’ Knicks, man. I think they’re going to be a good team,” Bosh said. “Nobody’s really talking about them, and I don’t like it. They’re flying under the radar right now. I think the Knicks are gonna be a very good team.”
The Knicks had a decent off-season, aside from losing Jeremy Lin for nothing, they made smart choices to enhance their bench. Also, Carmelo Anthony seems to be in better shape, not to mention Amar’e Stoudemire has been working with Hakeem Olajuwon. It’s expected the Knicks *should* be a 4-6 seed team, but will the Knicks still be the Knicks?
We don’t have an answer to that question yet, but does Bosh have a point? Should we not overlook the Knicks?