Solutions for the New York Knicks' Biggest Flaws

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Solutions for the New York Knicks' Biggest Flaws
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A healthy Chandler won't solve everything in New York.

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.

It's no surprise that the hobbled Knicks are tied for 25th in defensive efficiency, but it's troubling that an explosive offensive team last season is languishing in 24th on that end.

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.

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