Knicks’ win over Mavericks at Garden is snapshot of their up and down last half decade

“There’s no ceiling really on what he can do,” Fournier said. “It’s like I said last game, when he scores on all three levels, he becomes less predictable. So that allows him to do what he does best, which is be aggressive and drive. So all the mid-range and they are shooting under the screens for three, he’s just driving because that’s ultimately what he’s the best at. When he plays like that, it makes the job easy for everyone because he draws a lot of attention and he’s a willing passer. So hopefully he gets it going.”

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