Bill Walker has scored more than 20 points in a game four times since the trade to New York. Of all the guys in the deal (Nate Robinson, Eddie House, JR Giddens and Marcus Landry), Walker is averaging the most points-per-game with his new team – 10.6. Oh yeah, he's also shooting 59.8 percent.
He's a good fit for the Knicks up-and-down style:
foundation of how to play at this level. But he needs to be on a team
that gets up and down, like the Knicks. I don't know if Boston will
regret trading him, but he's definitely proving to anyone who had any
doubts, that he can be a good NBA player."
Walker was going to have a difficult time averaging 10 ppg playing just 3 minutes per night in Boston. In New York, he's playing 24.
wasn't that numerous. They already had a set lineup. I can't blame
anybody for that. I used it as motivation."