For the New York Knicks to have any success during the 2012-13 season, they must improve their team chemistry.
Last season, it was difficult for the team to get on the same page since there were so many new additions to the roster.
Tyson Chandler, Baron Davis and Mike Bibby signed with the team during the offseason, Iman Shumpert and Josh Harrellson were added during the draft, J.R. Smith signed mid-season and Jeremy Lin and Steve Novak were claimed off of waivers.
There was also a shortened season with no training camp and very few days off, so the players didn’t really have time during the season to gel together.
Now that things are back to normal, the Knicks must build some team chemistry before the season begins in November.
Here are seven things the Knicks must do in order to ensure cohesive team chemistry.