How To Quickly Improve The Knicks: Play The Youngsters

Posted: 11th November 2009 by David Glazer in NBA
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The Knicks have been nothing short of awful the first two weeks of the season. It is at the point that few fans believe that this team is anything other than a disaster and everyone is counting the days until free agency in 2010.á However, not all is lost. While the Stephon Marbury trade continues to haunt the Knicks as Utah owns the Knicks' draft pick, the Knicks do not need to be a 20-win team. Coach Mike D'Antoni just needs to remember that when you have less talent, the only way to beat better teams is with more energy. That means, play the young guys who are still on their rookie contracts. Sit every last veteran who has played like a dog on defense and fails to move the ball on offense. If a player has a plus/minus of -20 then he sits. Make sure that every player knows that his cha ...

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