After being booed by the New York fans at the NBA draft, Iman Shumpert has settled in nicely with the Knicks rotation.
After being asked to play point guard for the first part of the season, the emergence of Jeremy Lin as the starting point guard has allowed Shumpert to move back to his natural spot as a 2-guard. Shumpert works best playing off the ball, when he scans the floor for open areas to cut into, so Lin's progression as a point guard will only help Shumpert.
Shumpert currently ranks fourth on the Knicks with 10.2 points per game, and is tied for second on the team with 3.5 assists per game. While he has shown the tools to succeed, Shumpert must improve his long-range shooting to be a truly effective player.