- Raymond Felton and Jason Kidd: 548 minutes, 113.7 offensive rating, 103.6 defensive rating.
- Raymond Felton and Pablo Prigioni: 25 minutes, 129.7 offensive rating, 101.7 defensive rating.
- Jason Kidd and Pablo Prigioni: 108 minutes, 113.8 offensive rating, 109.8 defensive rating.
The Knicks have three point guards on their roster, and so far this season, they have excelled when they play two of the three on the floor together, as you can see from the numbers above.
When Raymond Felton went down with his third hand injury that put him into street clothes, the team began to back away from two point guard lineups. For most of the season, the duo of Raymond Felton and Jason Kidd started games, which led both players to excel. Felton was driving and finding Chandler on the pick-and-roll alley-oop, while Kidd waited out around the three-point line, whether to knock down an open jumper, if the ball was swung to him, or to facilitate ball movement.
Someone should tell the Knicks that point guards are not the only players available during free agency, but they’re set on improving their depth. Steve Nash and Jeremy Lin have stolen the spotlight, but 35-year old Pablo Prigioni has struck up some interest from Knicks personnel.