The New York Knicks forward Obi Toppin averaged nearly 20 minutes per game when center Mitchell Robinson was sidelined with a knee injury in November.
“I feel like we play very fast. I definitely know if both of us are on the court, the rebounding is the biggest key, we can focus on that,” Toppin said of playing alongside Julius Randle. “And if we focus on that, we can be dangerous.
“Whatever Coach decides, though, I’m cool with and I’m just going to do my job … Anything I can do to help the team I’m going to do.”