Knicks' 'Shot Doctor' is trying to save Dennis Smith Jr.

New York Post
Knicks' 'Shot Doctor' is trying to save Dennis Smith Jr.
Knicks' 'Shot Doctor' is trying to save Dennis Smith Jr.

Keith Smart and Knicks point guard Dennis Smith Jr. have been summer shooting pals for six weeks, in three cities, for countless hours. And it started in a chair. The Knicks assistant coach warned Smith the process would be “tedious.” It's been all of that — and the alliance may turn so successful, the shape of the Knicks' season could change. Smart is the former Indiana shooting guard best known for hitting the biggest baseline dagger in Syracuse history. Smart authored “The Shot'' that slayed the Orangemen for the 1987 NCAA championship. After the 2018-19 season, coach David Fizdale handed Smart his summer assignment: make Smith's jump shot dangerous. In his two seasons, Smith, the No. 9 pick

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