Five Takeaways: Knicks Drop Second Straight To Raptors

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Death from Downtown


The Knicks couldn't get into Toronto's shooters defensively and as a result gave up 15 three-pointers to the Raptors; shooting guard Terrence Ross hit seven from long range himself.
The Knicks seemed to be a step slow on the perimeter and paid the ultimate price as Toronto's easy ball movement nearly always found the open man. New York would do well to learn from this experience by tightening their perimeter rotations and also emulating it on the offensive end.