Although I agree with you that the Knicks need a better coach to implement a smarter offense, it takes more than that. You can have the smartest player in the NBA, but how is he going to structure his team's mentality to agree and trust his intelligence? The player needs to command respect from the players to follow him. Pablo and other players might have the intelligence but he needs the credibility for the other players on the team to play the way he sees best. Intelligence is an important aspect in everything but in an organization or in a group, you need to command leadership to put those things into effect. The best way to command leadership is experience. Who would you listen to? A great player who plays the best in the NBA but has never won a championship and never even made it to the finals or semi-finals, or someone who isn't the best player in the NBA but only the best in his team where the team made it to the playoffs many times and won 5 championships and was regarded as the one of the best teams in the last two decades?
in Knicks i see brain players Pablo Thomas Melo need just coach that set him up