Wizards PG Brandon Jennings, who the Knicks waived on Feb. 27, discussed why he wasn't a fit and explained what went wrong with the team's offensive strategy during his time in New York.
"It was just too much going on behind the scenes that I didn't understand," Jennings said about the triangle, according to the NY Post.
"I think what just happened was they were just going in a different direction," Jennings added. "I wanted to play fast. I didn't really understand the triangle. I think that was my biggest thing. I really didn't understand it. I'm not saying it doesn't work. I just felt like the way the game is being played today, I just felt like you got to score. You got to score. You got to get up shots. When I came to New York, I wanted to put on a show every night. I wanted to put up shots with nice passes and things like that. So I guess it just wasn't the right timing."
Jennings has been known to be an overzealous personality, both on and off court. It's ironic that in a season full of disarray, he's representing a voice of reason...