I know there's been a lot of raving about Kristaps and rightfully so, but your role players are playing some great ball right now.
Galloway is shooting 55% from 3. Playing terrific defense, and looking like a pretty reliable guard. In fact, he has hit a lot of clutch shots at least from the few games I have watched.
Afflalo is doing his thing out there as well. Great defense, hitting shots, being a terrific teammate.
Lance Thomas is also another guy who I am surprised at his play. Not scared to shoot, but he's making big shots as well.
Bottom line, this team shouldn't be above .500, its a bunch of role players, one budding star and a superstar who I wasn't sure can carry this type of team. I don't know how long the feel good story can last, but the team is playing the right way now. Maybe they can bolster it with some more firepower in the offseason.
Anthony isn’t trying to change anyone’s opinion that he’s a selfish player. He doesn’t think he will, despite his numbers and play this season.
His 17.8 shots per game and scoring average (21.7) are Anthony’s lowest since his second season. His assists (3.84) are the highest in his 13-year career. Anthony has had 10 games of five assists or more and has led or tied for the team lead in that category 15 times.
With Anthony giving more, the Knicks are getting better results. Their 19 wins are two more than all of last season.
Anthony has two career triple-doubles. He’s flirted with three in the last 3 1⁄2 weeks, and two in the last four games. He finished one assist shy Dec. 16 against Minnesota, missed by three assists Tuesday in Atlanta, and by two in Sunday’s win over the Bucks.
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