New York Knicks: 3 Adjustments the team needs to make right now

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New York Knicks, Obi Toppin, Evan Fournier, Alec Burks (Photo by Steven Ryan/Getty Images)

The New York Knicks now sit at 7-5 on the season.

It seems like every other day we are flip-flopping. Analyzing reasons why the Knicks can hang with any team in the league or finding flaws that indicate a potential drop in the standings.

The reality of the situation is simple — this is a good basketball team that has the potential to be even better. 7-5 is a fine way to start the season, even if it feels like the team’s record could be better.

New York Knicks: Will we see adjustments?

It’s hard to imagine any drastic changes happening at this point.

There have been some growing pains for this team and their new additions. The biggest struggles have come from the team’s starters.

Tom Thibodeau was asked about the issues with the starters and whether or not they just needed more time to “gel”. Thibs response?

“When you get to 20, you say 30. And you get to 30, you say 40. And then before you know it, the season’s over. So it’s a bunch of bulls**t”

There has been no question about it, something is a little off with this team.

Weird, prolonged stretches of bad basketball. Playing up and down to their competition. Falling to the league’s rock bottom in defense.

This team has some serious potential but they haven’t quite found their identity yet.

What are some adjustments that the New York Knicks can make to find some more consistency?

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