Five Takeaways: Knicks Late Rally In Chicago A Positive Step

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Finding the Offensive Groove

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The Knicks led the league last year in minimizing turnovers, but the offense is still finding its groove through two games this year. The team had 13 turnovers at halftime against Chicago and Coach Woodson admitted that the team was struggling with their chemistry in his first half.
 
Woodson started the previous game with two point guards (Raymond Felton and Pablo Prigioni), but went with a bigger lineup against the Bulls, with Andrea Bargnani starting at the four and Prigioni coming off the bench. As the season continues, Woodson will fine tune his lineups to find the groups of players that can execute together with the best chemistry. 
 
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