SLAM: When we talked a few weeks ago you had mentioned Raymond Felton was the most important Knick aside from Amar’e. His play sure has ignited the team.
CF: He’s the orchestrator. You got to have an orchestrator to get things going and keep the guys in line. Felton has been marvelous in doing that.
SLAM: Landry Fields has been kind of a revelation. I don’t think people were expecting him to have this kind of impact this quickly.
CF: Yeah, he’s the chemistry guy. He doesn’t need the ball to be effective, the intangibles he brings. It’s all fallen for the Knicks right now.
SLAM: When Kelenna Azibuike returns, what does he bring to help the Knicks?
CF: Another two, a guy who can shoot. He’s very physical. So, he’ll fit in with the solid play they have right now.
SLAM: What about Anthony Randolph?
CF: He’s the odd man out right now. He’s talented but lacks experience. I don’t know his work ethic at this moment. He’s facing adversity right now; sometimes that makes a man or it breaks a man. Now, you see [Shawne] Williams is ahead of him. Williams has moved in; before it was [Bill] Walker. So, how does a guy handle that type of adversity?