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Mike Woodson keeps saying he’s considering a lineup change, but hasn’t made one. Here’s a reason for a change:
The Knicks starting shooting guards and small forwards have totaled just 82 points over the last 12 games.
Iman Shumpert scored 53 points in 12 games – twice he was scoreless. Jason Kidd 27 in 11 games and five times he was scoreless, and James White tallied two in one game. Those two spots are scoring positions.
“I’m not getting (scoring),” Woodson said before the Raptors game. “I figure if we start out by playing defense, it’s not a problem you still have enough with Raymond and Melo to make up the difference. But we’ve been fighting on both ends.
“We’re struggling to get stops and then we’re struggling to put the ball in the hole. I’m not one to sit tight and say that’s OK. I’ve got to figure it out. If it means changing the lineup I’ve got to do that.”
They're not why the Knicks have dropped four in a row. But you would think something will change.