Knicks PG Brandon Jennings wants the team to hold each other more accountable, he told Ian Begley of ESPN on Thursday.
"Guys are still together. I just wish we would hold guys, we would hold each other a little more accountable for what we do on the court," Jennings said. "I definitely like confrontation. I definitely like being coached and being told when I'm doing something wrong. So those are things that I really think we need to start doing within each other and the team because that's what good teams do.
Jennings, who said it was "embarrassing" to blow a big fourth quarter lead Wednesday night to the Bucks during the Knicks' sixth-straight loss, added that players and coaches both need to be able to take criticism.
"Players among themselves, coaches to players, all of that. Everybody should be able to take criticism whenever," he said.
Jennings, 27, is averaging 8.2 points, 5.3 assists, and 2.7 rebounds while averaging 24 minutes in 35 games for the Knicks this season.