By Rob Wolkenbrod
The New York Knicks lost their last preseason game, but players still made an impression against the Brooklyn Nets.
The New York Knicks finished their preseason schedule with Friday’s game against the Brooklyn Nets, losing it 103-97. It dropped them to 3-2—winning the first three and losing the final two, before Wednesday’s season opener against the Atlanta Hawks.
These five games acted as a test for the Knicks, who showcased new talents from free agency and the draft. It came to fruition with the finale, which flashed positives and negatives for not just the 48 minutes, but the potential expectations for 2018-19.
So what takeaways developed from New York’s loss to Brooklyn? Let’s take a look, as the five day gap between games...