Tyson Chandler attributes Knicks’ streak to team meetings

Jan 26, 2014; New York, NY, USA; New York Knicks center Tyson Chandler (6) shoots the ball during the third quarter against the Los Angeles Lakers at Madison Square Garden. The Knicks won 110-103. Mandatory Credit: Anthony Gruppuso-USA TODAY Sports

The New York Knicks started the season out poorly, but it looks as though they are starting to turn it around.

They have won three straight games, and center Tyson Chandler thinks he knows how they’ve done that. Chandler believes that these wins happened, in part, because of team meetings the Knicks held over the past week.

From ESPN,

“I think we’re really locking in and playing for one another out there,” Chandler said after the Knicks routed the Celtics, 114-88, on Tuesday. “And being happy and finally enjoying the game.

“I think when you start losing a couple games it seems like you get down and have a cloud over the locker room and individuals as well,” Chandler said. “We just had to have a couple meetings and just get together and realize that we love this game and get back to the basics and to the fun part of it.”

Whatever the case may be, the Knicks are finding a way to win, which is really all that matters as we are about to enter into the All-Star Break.

Topics: NBA, New York Knicks, Tyson Chandler

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