Mike Woodson hopefully has seen the light this past month. The New York Knicks need to make a line-up change and maybe think about resting Jason Kidd for an extra week after the All-Star break. Kidd has been unproductive as any starting player can possibly be. Think about this for a minute, if this was Ronnie Brewer, giving you 30 minutes of work and resulting in 0 points and 2 assists, what would you do? He would not be the starter anymore, that is for sure. Mike Woodson has finally seen the light. According to Al Iannazzone he is thinking about making changes.
The Knicks have gotten very little from Jason Kidd lately. The starting shooting guard has been scoreless four times in the last nine games, including last night, and had difficulty guarding DeMar DeRozan. Kidd could be coming off the bench after the break as Woodson said he’s contemplating a change. “Right now I don’t like the way we’re starting games,” Woodson said. “I’ve got to go back to the drawing board and figure out what I’m going to do in terms of who starts.”
A line-up change is a must. I would move Shumpert back to the 2 guard and start Copeland until JR Smith is ready to come in at the 6-8 minute mark on the clock. The main problem with the New York Knicks is their roster is filled with one way players, meaning they do not play both ends of the court. Some are defensive and some are offensive. This is a problem moving forward that has not and will not change, unless they make a move.
Peter A – Knickswag
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