I don't know what the number is, but I just feel like every time a PG leads their team in shot attempts, it's a losing equation. It limits touches for other players. The Knicks actually had good ball movement on the last play, but Felton hadn't been getting the ball out of his hands that early most of the night.
This is not to blame Felton, who looked the freshest he's been in a while going to the basket, but there were early shot clock pull ups and floaters that were ill-advised.
Wilson Chandler only took 6 shots in 20 minutes, and some of those were actually forced due to lack of touches.
And for crying out loud, can Felton stop throwing the ball to Amar'e in transition 40 feet from the basket? He's not a ball handler. He has to work to hard to get his shot off and it usually results in a turnover or missed shot.
Rule #1 as a PG, don't give the ball to a big man so far from the rim on the break.
Maybe it's just me, but I just can't stand when PGs lead the team in shot attempts.