Kristaps Porzingis Knicks playing plans are confounding ESPN

“NEW YORK — Kristaps Porzingis said the New York Knicks’ changes in schemes on both sides of the ball this season have led to confusion “from top to bottom” in the organization.
After the Knicks’ loss to the 12-win Brooklyn Nets on Sunday, Porzingis said there is “a lot of stuff that’s not clear” for players, adding that it’s “hard to play like that.”
The Knicks (26-41) recently shifted their philosophy on offense, increasing the amount of triangle sets after the All-Star break. But the change hasn’t produced the desired results; New York has lost seven of 10 games since re-emphasizing the triangle — team president Phil Jackson’s preferred offensive approach.
Porzingis, the No. 4 overall selection in the 2015 draft, said the Knicks’ offensive sets under new head coach Jeff Hornacek are “random” and that his teammates “don’t know the triangle well.”
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