As the Wizards look to snap a three-game losing streak, they go up against a Knicks team that may not have a single player Washington should be worried about.
New York enters Monday night sporting the 28th-ranked offense, the 26th ranked defense and a bottom-three net rating.
Would you expect anything less from the Knicks?
While the Knicks may not have many players that scare Scott Brooks and co., the Wizards may not have many players in general by the time these two teams tip-off.
Isaiah Thomas' status for the game is unknown after he was ejected for entering the stands Saturday night to confront a Sixers fan. If he isn't available for the game, he'd join John Wall, Davis Bertans, Rui Hachimura, Thomas Bryant, CJ Miles, Jordan McRae and Moe Wagner on the inactive list.
So without further ado, here's a look at a couple of Knicks the Wizards will need to focus on limiting, though they shouldn't have much trouble doing so.
The Wizards can thank Marcus Morris for Davis Bertans. The Spurs decided to offload Bertans in order to create enough cap space to fit in a two-year, $20 million deal they agreed to with Morris.
But when the Knicks came in and offered him a one-year, $15 million contract, Morris broke off his deal with the Spurs and went to New York. The Bertans trade had already been executed, so the Spurs were left without either Morris or Bertans.
For the Knicks, Morris leads the team in scoring at 18.4 points per game and is shooting and incredible 46.6 percent from three on 5.8 attempts. Due to injury, the Wizards don't have many forwards that can match his strength inside or possess the length to bother his high release jumper.
My personal preference would be Admiral Schofield. He's by far the Wizards' most versatile defender and has played pretty well. I'd like to see him get more minutes against the immense amount of power forwards the Knicks have, and given the injury situation, Brooks may not have a choice but to play him.
Barrett may be the only ray of hope Knicks fans have for a bright future, and so far in his rookie season, he's had to play much of his time out of position.
The Knicks don't have many capable point guards to handle the ball, so they've turned to Barrett as their de-facto playmaker. It's yielded mixed results as you'd expect from a rookie wing playing the most difficult position in the game.
Through his first 29 games as a pro, Barrett is averaging 13.9 points 5.2 rebounds and 2.8 assists on 38.9 percent shooting from the floor and 30.3 percent from three.
He'll come out firing to start the game and continue to put up shots whether they're going in or not. It'll be important for the Wizards to keep him out of the paint and force him to be a jump shooter.
So while the Wizards somehow found a way to get more injured over the last week, they should be able to beat a Knicks team that is truly terrible.
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