When you talk about the New York Knicks, it’s easy to forget that their offense is not what it used to be.
They’re just a team with a different name, one with new players.
But that doesn’t mean that they are incapable of scoring.
Andrew Strauss is among the league’s best, scoring at a career-high 28.6 points per game, and he is averaging a career best 1.3 assists per game.
Strauss has done a great job of making a play off the dribble, and the Knicks have a plethora of options on offense, from a wide-open three-point line to a slow-paced one-and-done play.
What’s not to love about this group?
They have a talented group of players, including rookie wing Michael Beasley, who has blossomed into one of the NBA’s top three players in terms of shooting.
He’s also a solid rebounder.
While it’s nice to have players like Beasley and rookie center Jahlil Okafor, they aren’t the only options.
One of the most important aspects of this group is that they don’t have to be afraid to throw everything at the ball.
They have the ability to score at any time, and that’s something that has always been the case for them.
Their defense is so good that even in a team that has an up-tempo offense, the Knicks are able to play defense without being afraid of giving up a lead.
This team can’t be stopped.
They are one of, if not the, best teams in the NBA.
The biggest problem for New York has always seemed to be the frontcourt.
The Knicks are a team in transition.
While they’ve been able to do it before, it seems like they have to start taking their game to the next level every game.
With Beasley in the lineup, the offense seems to be flowing.
While this might be the case, the team has to get a little bit more consistent if they want to win.
The question becomes if New York can do that in the next few games, and it seems as though the answer is yes.
It was obvious that New York was in a transition period last season, and this team has shown a lot of promise.
This season has been an adjustment for the Knicks, and they need to take that time to adjust.
If they can do it in the coming weeks, they could be a very dangerous team.