NEW YORK (WFAN) — So the Knicks’ once-promising season is in the books.
Three days after being eliminated by the Pacers in the Eastern Conference semifinals, New York’s management, coaches and players have nothing left to do but ponder what the 2012-13 campaign was — and what it could have been.
Fans, too, are trying to decipher whether or not the season was a success on some level, or rather a complete failure.
54 victories. A division title. A series victory for the first time since 2000. A return to relevance.
But where do the Knicks go from here?