The Knicks are excited about what they see in Wilson Chandler and are holding out hope that he could develop into a go-to weapon.
"I think the biggest thing is Will doesn't really understand how good he is or how good he could be," Quentin Richardson said. "When I'm out there, I can see it, everybody can see it. Will's an interesting kid. He always listens well; he tries to do everything the coaches tell him. Even when I'm talking to him, he'll try to do what I'm talking about. I try to encourage him at different times, like, 'Yo, be aggressive. Go do what you do, get to the rim.' When he does his thing, it helps us."
Chandler, who is averaging 14.5 points per game, should be more of a consistent producer but often defers to the team's veteran players.
"I think I think too much sometimes," Chandler said.