Knicks front office lays out plan for future, Leon Rose focused on ‘continuity and stability’

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New York Daily News

NEW YORK — The Knicks front office spoke for the first time Friday and could boast of a coherent, functioning plan. That’s an upgrade from previous regimes, but also only possible because of last season’s results. Selling is easier with proof. Nobody is confusing New York for title contenders — and we wonder how they can possibly improve from the fourth-seed position given the upgrades around the Eastern Conference — but it makes sense, as laid out by team president Leon Rose, why the Knicks are pushing a plan of slow and steady. “As we went into the summer, in order to build on last year, con…

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