Originally written on The Victory Formation  |  Last updated 10/29/14

J.R. Smith is doing a mighty fine job of reminding New York Knicks fans of what it was like with John Starks in the lineup more than a decade ago. And we are talking about the bad times. Just look at Smith’s last two games where he has shot a combined 7 of 30 from the field. His play has looked incredibly sloppy at times, just like last night when Tyson Chandler found him underneathe the basket for what should have been an easy lay-up. Instead, Smith was called for a travel, which pissed off head coach Mike Woodson which led to using the Lord’s name in vain. It appears as if Woodson is at his wits end with Smith, and is ready to turn to his bench to find more conistent scoring and play. J.R. Smith won the 6th Man of the Year, but certainly isn’t playing like that, and Woodson will make a change as necessary. Via NY Post: “I’m not going to kick him to the curb,’’ Woodson said on his ESPN Radio Show on Wednesday. “He’s a big part of what we’ve done this season. ‘’ However, Woodson added, “I’ll gauge J.R. as we go along. [...]

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