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Five big questions for the Knicks

The 'Bockers have plenty of issues to address following another subpar season

Updated: May 10, 2012, 9:26 AM ET
By Ian Begley | Special to ESPNNewYork.com

In late December, then-coach Mike D'Antoni said the New York Knicks had enough talent to compete for an NBA title.

It seemed like a stretch at the time. And it was.

As it turned out, they couldn't even win a playoff series.

But a lack of talent wasn't the only issue in the first round against the Miami Heat. Injuries (one self-inflicted), illness and an inability to adjust to Miami's defense all hurt the Knicks.

All in all, the team's shortcomings against the Heat highlighted ...

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