has been reading our blogs. He wrote:
Their defense is worse. Their ball movement has suffered. And their roster is in shambles.
Obtaining Anthony cost the Knicks nearly all of their depth, a fact that was lost amid the euphoria over the trade, and the chaos that followed.
The Knicks are top-heavy, with Anthony, Amar’e Stoudemire and Chauncey Billups headlining an otherwise woeful roster. They lack a legitimate starting center. Their starting off-guard, Landry Fields, would be a reserve on most teams. Among the reserves, only Toney Douglas is a reliable producer. They have no 7-footers, no shot-blockers and no perimeter stoppers. The tallest Knick, Jeffries (6 feet 11 inches), is one of the N.B.A.’s least productive players. He has started 8 of the last 11 games."