For the longest time, the New York Knicks were an NBA laughingstock. This season, however, the Knicks are off to a blazing start, dominating their opposition. Are they championship bound?

Right now, the Knicks are at 6-0—the only unbeaten team left—for just the second time in franchise history. It's quite the mark for a team that barely squeaked into the playoffs last season.

Their latest win came against the San Antonio Spurs, 104-100, on Thursday night. One of their biggest assets is point guard Raymond Felton, who went off for 25 points. Other than the close game against the Spurs, the Knicks have been blowing teams out, winning by double digits in all five other games—even over the defending champion Miami Heat. They are second in the league in both points scored per game (103.5) and points allowed (89.8).