Originally Posted by Kiyaman
TD did make a bad decision when he gave up on the play (none of his
teammates called the high screen), but the Knicks lost this game at the
end of the 3rd quarter.
I was caught-up watching the Jets game, thinking Philly without Iggy was
a easy win for the Knicks. Doug Collins has always been a bum coach, although
as a player he was the man.

Here is the reason why the Knicks lost to Philly:
Because Coach hasn't learned to beat a zone defense. Because we don't have a wing player who knows to drive and take higher % shots when the three isn't falling consistently.

Because we're still young and new, and have to learn to close out. Leaders close out, coaches adapt. Growing pains, hopefully not a trend.