SF: Carmelo Anthony
PF: Kenyon Martin
C: Tyson Chandler
Kidd starts the game off with composure and smart play. Shumpert's in for perimeter defense and scoring. I wouldn't be opposed to Camby starting with Chandler, in fact I'd love it. The reason why I'd put Martin in the starting line-up is because he can score as well, which hasn't been a strong point of the Knicks either. I wanted the Camby/Chandler duo to start before. Did Woodson ever do that?
I wrote more on the bench, but not enough minutes to go around. I even forgot about Amar'e. My main focus when I was typing that was defense and ball-movement (Prigiono at PG).
The thing Woodson has to do is be willing to put a non-regular rotation player in such as Copeland and Kurt Thomas if it's one of those nights such as against the Pacers and Raptors. Why wouldn't he insert Thomas in more? Is Woodson a defensive specialist or not?