Daily Debate: What Is the Knicks Biggest Problem?

The New York Knicks entered the 2011-2012 NBA season with plenty of expectations.  The world “championship” was even uttered.  Unfortunately, the Knicks are off to a 2-4 start, including back-to-back home losses to the Toronto Raptors and the Charlotte Bobcats.  What is the biggest pro


blem Amar’e Stoudemire, Carmelo Anthony, and the New York Knicks have right now?  Voice your opinion on the Razz and Jazz Sports Blog Daily Debate.

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3 Responses to Daily Debate: What Is the Knicks Biggest Problem?

  1. Mike Patton says:

    Well, the first problem is they have a guy starting at PG that isn’t a starter. Toney Douglas is more of a spark plug off the bench than a starter in my opinion. Also, I think that the stars of this team(Melo and Amare) need to pick it up defensively. And lastly, I think their biggest issue is their continuity on offense. They have none.

  2. Bobby Charts says:


  3. The Knicks main problem is Baron Davis is hurt, Mike D’Antoni, their shooting selection, and rebounding. That front three all need to be rebounding. Yes, Defense is a problem and thats why I said Mike D’Antoni. It’s not like he has won a championship before. On top of that, I’m just fed up with this talk in sports that its the players who play. Then why have coaches? I look at it like chess. The coach moves the pieces. The pieces don’t move themselves nor do they develop the strategy to win. The pieces only know how to move the way they move, without strategy, when you play the best , you will almost always lose.

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