The Knicks Star hints at a possible new game plan


Mitchell Robinson of the New York Knicks defeats Patrick Williams and Kobe White of the Chicago Bulls.

When it comes to this year’s New York Knicks starting lineup, four out of the five players in the unit have proven willing and able to contribute in attack, particularly in the scoring department.

With Jalen Brunson and RJ Barrett looking to run into the driving lanes, Evan Fournier cruising around the perimeter, Julius Randle playing inside and out, this 80% offensive stake appears to cover the majority of bases within head coach Tom Thibodeau’s scheme.

but, At a recent press conference after training on October 6starting center Mitchell Robinson has hinted he will try to work his way into the mix, noting that he will be a more self-sufficient offensive threat in 2022-23.

Big Knicks expands his business

When a reporter asked him during the post-workout press if he would be posting more often over the next season, the 24-year-old Robinson’s response was fairly straightforward in his response.

“Yes, sure,” Robinson told the reporter. “Because it puts pressure on the defense. I’m pretty sure everyone’s reconnaissance report is just, like, Loeb, this, that, and that. I should add [a post-game]. [I’ve] I must.”

He would go on to say that, adding a normal post-match game to his repertoire, it would in turn take advantage of the defense scheme and make the movement of the ball flow better for them when attacking.

“A lot of teams are also switching to defense, so [I can] Go there right to the front of the edge, and try to figure out how to get the mismatch out of anything, and while they’re doing that, we can pass the ball around,” Mitchell said.

During the inaugural opening of the New York season on October 4Robinson scored just under 18 minutes into the night, and finished with 6 points, 4 rebounds and 3 blocks on a perfect 100% ground shot.

Although none of his points came from afterwork, as one of his attempts came from lags, one was from a fast pass, and another came out from a hard hit from driver Yvan Fournier, hopefully. During Game Two, against Indiana, we can see some glimpses of this new side of his game.

Thibodeau looks down on the big three Knicks

After seeing the Knicks hit the ground running for the first time with the newly assembled Big Three Galen Bronson, RJ Barrett and Julius Randle, during the team’s pre-season press conference on Oct. some.

“I loved the way he could control and manage the game. For me, this is the number one job on the base,” Tibodo told reporters about Bronson.

“It does not speed up, it does not vibrate. Julius [in] The third quarter was great. So I think it’s a calming effect. I think RJ played a really good game. But they all played each other really well.”

With three-quarters action, the trio scored 52 points, 11 assists, and 12 rebounds while shooting 64% from the field and 54% from distance. The Knicks went on to win the show against the Detroit Pistons, 117-96.


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