November 29, 2017, 9:35 am
With Enes Kanter set to return from a three-game absence, the questions as to what the Knicks will do about their logjam at center continues to loom.
Primary backup Kyle O’ Quinn earned three straight starts as Kanter sat with back spasms, while Willy Hernangomez got more than garbage time and Joakim Noah finally made his debut. Jeff Hornacek was vague about how the rotation will take shape. “Jo did good,” he said. “We do have four guys. I’ve talked to him about it, how the rotation is going to go. As we move forward, if we’re back with Enes and Kyle, and maybe even Jo occasionally, we are going to need to figure that out. I don’t know if we can always dress four bigs.” Other than Kanter owners should really just stay away from any of the rest big men as even the Knicks themselves have no clue what the rotation will be like moving forward.