The Knicks added length with 7-footer Robin Lopez and 7-foot-3 Kristaps Porzingis this off-season, but it's still hard to fully buy into this team. 

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What should be the biggest concern this year for the Knicks in their second year under President Phil Jackson and Head Coach Derek Fisher?

“Just talent wise, do they have enough guys down the stretch of games to score the ball?" said Marc Berman of the New York Post, to "Armen and Levack". "Lopez is definitely not a go to guy."

"Are they going to load up on Carmelo and stop him? Last year and in years past there’s been J.R. Smith, Iman Shumpert, Stoudemire. Offensively, I’m worried if they have a secondary scorer, someone that can help Carmelo.

"Can Porzingis be on the court to finish games? There is concern about his defense. If he can be on the court to finish games and maybe be a secondary scorer, maybe they can be a decent club. But I have my doubts."

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