‘Anonymous’ NBA General Manager Calls New York Knicks Player ‘Worst In NBA’
Man, people are just piling on the New York Knicks.
According to SportsNet New York’s Adam Zagoria, an “anonymous” NBA general manager recently said that New York Knicks point guard Raymond Felton “is the worst starting point guard in the NBA. I’d take 10 college point guards and about 30 NBA backups over him.”
The point guard hasn’t had the best of years this season. He is averaging 10.5 points per game, 5.7 assists per game, and 2.7 rebounds per game for the 20-31 Knicks. His lowest points per game total in his career. He is currently ranked 32nd in all point guards in scoring and rebounding, 22nd in assists and 30th in steals. In other words, he is one of the key reasons the team is not winning so far this season.
There have been people saying that the point guard has looked slow and out of shape all year.
Gilbert Arenas is still a free agent and is only 31. Maybe the Knicks could take a chance. What do they have to lose?
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