In the month of November the Knicks has been receiving some outstanding performances in games from several players on the team, on any given night one or two of the Knick players will give a dynamic performance.

However, the Knicks most consistent performance player has been Damyean Dotson so far this season ....
When it comes down to the best Knick-player of the month award .. DotDot .. Damyean Dotson's 2-Way performance grab the award by keeping the Knicks in the grime of the games throughout November.

Dotson performance has the next teams inquiring about Dotsonís availability during his recent DNP streak.
The Post reported last week that at least two teams had inquired.
According to a source, the two clubs that have shown the most interest are the Pistons and Nets.
The Knicks will have a decision to make with Dotsonís contract. It is peculiar, as it has a non-guaranteed final year next season, worth $1.62 million.

In the past three games, Dotson is averaging a team-high 18 points on 67.8 percent shooting ó 71.4 percent from 3-point range ó and 3.3 rebounds. Dotson has come on even stronger since coach David Fizdale randomly gave him four straight DNPs from Nov. 20 to Nov. 25.
Dotson played in 19 Knick games this season averaging 12 pts on 47% fg, 40% 3's, 5 rb, 1 ast, 1 stl, in 26 minute per night.
Not Bad for a 2nd season 2-Way player.