CharlesOakley wrote:Clyde_Style wrote:CharlesOakley wrote:If RJ can become a good shooter his whole game will open up. Frank with a good 3-point percentage would make a great guard next to him. DSJr. needs the ball too much to be effective. I'd prefer RJ get put into decision-making spots.
PG - Frank (I'm a homer - I think he breaks out this year)
SG - RJ
SF - Brazdeikis
PF - Randle
C - Mitch
The lineup I'm most excited to see. Everybody is a ball mover, strong rebounding team, good size with really good switching potential, toughness at most positions and the strongest defenders at the two most important defensive positions.
That also strikes me as a really smart team. When was the last time we put five high BBIQ players on the floor at the same time?
I hope you're right about Frank because I love that line-up. It could kick some serious butt
And the best part:
PG - 20
SG - 19
SF - 20
PF - 24
C - 21
Average age < 21
I'm in a good head space with the Knicks. I feel the talent is bubbling and we'll see some of it manifesting this season already. Anyone who ever prayed for a rebuild should be happy now. 21 is a number we didn't begin to average out at in previous eras. This is a fresh start