Grunwald: Knicks Offense Must Evolve Over Remainder Of Season
Glen Grunwald believes the New York Knicks will need to alter their offensive strategy over the remainder of the season.
"I think teams have adjusted to our offense a little bit," Grunwald said. "We need to evolve."
Grunwald is confident that the Knicks have the personnel to score from all areas of the floor.
"It’s a matter of putting them in the right situations," Grunwald said. "I’m very optimistic [Mike Woodson] is gonna’ get that right."
Grunwald also expressed concern about the Knicks’ defense, which has fallen to 19th in points allowed per 100 possessions and 22nd in opponent field-goal percentage.
"I think the players and coaches are working toward figuring why that is," Grunwald said. "Even at the beginning of the year, we weren't as good as last season when Woody took over as head coach. There is room for improvement on our defense, and I think everyone’s focused on trying to get to that point where we are one of the top defensive teams in the league again."