The New York Knicks have a lot of problems right now, but they can still adapt and salvage their season.
While injuries have prevented coach Mike Woodson from playing a coherent rotation, there's still no excuse for New York's 3-11 start.
Per Arash Markazi of ESPN, the Knicks held a closed-door meeting following their seventh consecutive loss to address their dysfunctional play. Between a clogged-up offense, defensive ineptitude and lack of communication on both ends, they had plenty to discuss.
This is a bad team right now; eye test and stats both confirm it. In order to get back into playoff form, some changes must be made.