After a dozen games, the New York Knicks have given the opposition a pretty good idea of what their strengths and weaknesses will be this season.
During the team's sizzling 6-0 start, there were few weak links in Mike Woodson's new-look crew. In their 3-3 stretch since, however, teams have exploited a few areas where New York appears vulnerable thus far.
The small-ball Knicks have had difficulties on the boards since the beginning. Their once league-leading defense's performance has tailed off in recent days. Their ball movement that carried them to early season dominance has faded a bit, too.
Fortunately for the Knicks, their issues are relatively minor and can be solved with a few tweaks in the coming weeks. After all, they've played to a 9-3 record while playing the fifth-toughest schedule in the NBA.
Here are a few ways the Knicks can limit their rough patches on the road to greatness this season.
All stats are accurate as of Nov. 25.