Kristaps Porzingoat has been playing pretty darn well this year, and the Knicks are significantly better than most people thought they would be, being a pessimistic Knicks fan myself I am ecstatic with what has been going on this year. I attribute almost all of the teas success to the absence for Melo, but that's not the point of this post. Porzingis is playing unbelievably well, and is an MVP candidate, but we are only about 20 games into the season and its too early to determine which players will fall off and which players will rise. Porzingis has historically been fatigued as the season goes on, but he is resting more this year, he even missed last night's game against the Rockets for what seemed like only for rest. So, I wonder if he can lead the Knicks to a respectful seed in the east this year (5ish would be dope), and if he can lead the Knicks to, hopefully, 10 successful seasons. The Promise land does not necessarily mean a championship, that is just the most ideal scenario, the promise land is bringing the Knicks back to relevance for maybe the first time in my life. What do you guys think about Porzingis's future, and what he can do with the Knicks? Can he attract other star players?