Damyean Dotson becoming Knicks' backup shooting guard solution

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Damyean Dotson becoming Knicks' backup shooting guard solution
Damyean Dotson becoming Knicks' backup shooting guard solution

Slowly but surely, Damyean Dotson has emerged to grab the backup shooting guard slot from Wayne Ellington and Allonzo Trier. It wasn't long ago Dotson was a complete afterthought in a crowded field after returning from offseason shoulder surgery to repair a torn labrum and missing the preseason. Dotson, a second-round pick by Phil Jackson in 2017, started the regular season out of the rotation. He played three minutes in the first four games — in three of those he didn't play at all — after being the starting shooting guard to close last season. But in recent games, Dotson is emerging with his hustle, speed, defense and ability to impact the game. In Monday's 123-105 win over the Cavaliers, Dotson

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