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Woodson thought Tyson Chandler may have been getting complacent since being named to his first All-Star Team last
Thursday. So he brought him into his office on Tuesday for a little talk about being more aggressive on offense, noticing slippage in the effectiveness of his screens. Chandler responded with 21 points and 5 assists last night 10 of 11. Melo said he's encouraging Chandler to take more jump shots, too. He took one yesterday from 14 feet and missed - only miss of the night. "We need him to shoot the J little more,'' Anthony said. "He’s been working on that. Anytime he gets 19-21 points, 10 of 11, we need that. That definitely puts us over the top.''