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The New York Knicks may just be really good. 

Last season, they came out of nowhere to capture the fourth seed in the Eastern Conference and finish with a 41-31 record. 

Julius Randle made his first trip to the All-Star game, and turned into one of the best players in the NBA, while Derrick Rose looked rejuvenated after being traded from the Detroit Pistons and R.J. Barrett took the next steps to becoming a really good player. 

Tom Thibodeau also won Coach of The Year

This season, they added players like four-time All-Star Kemba Waker and scoring-wing Evan Fournier. 

They beat the Philadelphia 76ers 112-99 at Madison Square Garden on Tuesday night, and through four games the Knicks are now an impressive 3-1.

They've beaten the Boston Celtics, Orlando Magic and 76ers. 

On Thursday, they will get a big test against the Chicago Bulls who have started the new season with an undefeated 4-0 record.

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