Hall of Famer Analyzes Knicks’ Issues
Former New York Knick Bernard King joined Mike & Mike earlier this week and talked about his former team.
“The team chemistry is not there,” said King. “They’ve made some changes obviously, bringing in Andre Bargnani.”
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Head coach Mike Woodson was emphatic this week that he has not lost his locker room and that he will keep changing things up until he figures out how everything comes together.
While much has been made about the team’s inability to rotate, share and score offensively, the Hall of Famer had another thought on what’s kept the Knicks from succeeding.
“More importantly, the defensive end of the floor, they have not been able to defend the half-court sets of opposing teams,” said King. “That’s where they’ve been having problems. They’re not stretching the floor with the three-point shooting as they did last year.”
The Knicks are 3-11 and have lost 7 in a row. They are in Denver tonight to take on the Nuggets.
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