Mike Woodson called the Knicks' performance "unacceptable" and said the team lacked pride after their 31-point loss to San Antonio.
For the most part, his players agreed.
Carmelo Anthony said Sunday's game was "embarrassing." Last week, Anthony questioned the Knicks' effort in a players-only meeting after the loss to Charlotte.
That's a pretty damning indictment for a team that came into the season with championship aspirations. It's even worse when you think about the fact that the Knicks are six games into an 82-game season.
But things certainly don't look good so far for New York.
Last season, they raced out to a 6-0 start. This year, they're 2-4 after six games. They fell to 1-3 at home with Sunday's loss. Last year, they didn't lose their third home game until Jan. 1.
So the question now becomes: how do the Knicks fix this?
A) Should Woodson change the Knicks' starting lineup?
B) Should the Knicks make a trade to shake things up?
C) Or should the team make a coaching change?
Let us know your thoughts in the comments section below.
For what it's worth, Metta World Peace still thinks the Knicks have what it takes to win a title.
WHAT'S NEXT: The Knicks will practice Monday to prepare for Wednesday's game against the Hawks. Ohm Youngmisuk will be at practice for us.
QUESTION: What would you do to fix the Knicks?
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