Though he’s yet to make a major impact on the season, one expects that Marcus Camby’s role will only expand as he begins to find his legs this season, but if his game fails to surface, the Knicks could still just use the time to listen to everything he says.
Over the past week or so, Camby has shared some of his thoughts on the Knicks’ roster.
“I think it will be difficult, you know, when you have a smaller four out there,” said Camby after posting two points and six rebounds in over 15 minutes of play. “We have to chase around those little guys. But we’ve been laying small all year, also. So we have Melo at the four a lot and I think with Melo at the four and Tyson at the five, that’s pretty much been our best lineup.”
“He’s expected to be rusty coming back after knee surgery,’’ said Camby, who scored two points and had four assists in the Knicks’ 114-106 come-from-behind victory over the Magic. “Each game and the more minutes he gets, I think you’re going to see the real Amar’e coming back. He’s accepted the role coming off the bench. He can be that featured guy with J.R. [Smith] coming off the bench and it can only help our team.’’
Seriously, what else you got Marcus? Any debt ceiling recommendations? Relationship advice? At this point, we’re willing to listen to pretty much anything you have to say.