Carmelo Anthony thinks that playing in the Knicks' new triangle offense will result in him taking fewer shots.
Anthony won the scoring title last year with a mark of 27.4 points per game, but has reportedly said that he doubts he repeats given the system. While that's not necessarily the case and Anthony figures to get in a strong number of shots per game, it's safe to assume that when you're drafting, you hold that pessimism of his in the back of your mind.Fantasy Alarm's Mark Kaplan has Anthony in the top tier of small forwards in the 2014 NBA draft Guide, right alongside Kevin Love and LeBron James, so obviously expectations are high. Just don;t overpay for a guy who relies on quantity not quality. If he's not chucking the ball as often, his lousy shooting percentage is likely to shine through a little brighter.
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