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Some things never change for the Knicks, and one of those is selling their fans on the players they’ll be able to get in the future. Amidst a 12-win season with very little upside, they’re already talking about free agency, when they’ll have the cap space to go after some big names. Head coach Derek Fisher is optimistic about their chances on that market.

From ESPNNewYork.com’s Ian Begley:

New York is projected to have a top pick in the draft and expects to have more than $25 million to spend in free agency this summer. This combination of assets would appear to put the Knicks in good position to rebuild.

But some analysts and fans wonder whether the Knicks –- and first-year president Phil Jackson –- will be able to attract top talent to a team that has won just 12 games this season.

Fisher doesn’t see that as…

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