Shumpert: he's a very talented young player, but there is something what I've been saying since his first game for the Knicks: he's a chucker with a horrible shot selection. Sometimes his shots are falling and nobody is complaining, but sometimes he's shooting 25%, there is one thing that Knicks hater Reggie Miller said and was true: if you don't hit your long shots, why do you shoot them?
Iman should be working on his shooting, he isn't Kobe, and he has to realize that there are shots only Kobe could hit.
Besides, he's got overconfident what leads to being turnover prone, he caused 10 turnovers in his last two games and as we all know some of them were really dumb. He isn't even close to Rondo and our transition defense is nooby, every lost possession can lead to an easy bucket. We possibly allowed around 20 points because of his turnovers against Philly and Memphis.
Anthony: he can't win a game all by himself and the longer he'll be shooting his jump shots off the isolation the more defenders will know how to stop him. Another thing: he ignores the coaching staff and his teammates and he gets into conflicts on the court. Sometimes he's doing like a kid in a sanbox, he never listens to his parents and if he can't build his own sand house he starts throwing sand at other kids. Grow up Carmelo, because if we convince Phil to coach the Knicks you'll earn your warming spot on the bench.
Amare: every single time Amare has to face an above average center/forward he's not playing confident, I can bet a couple of bucks his numbers will be limited against the Magic, Wolves or Nuggets.
Fields: do I really need to say anything?
Chandler: the only good guy on this team, he's doing his job orchestrating defense and grabbing boards. I know he probably feels disappointed, but I'm glad he's here and tries to make our D work.
But, all the things I noticed come down to coaching, D'Antoni should be making adjustments, should make this whole thing work. But he doesn't, repeating "let's go, make your shots, let's go" doesn't improve this team.