New York Knicks guard Quentin Grimes expressed his dissatisfaction with his reduced playing role following another game where he had minimal impact.
He highlighted his frustration with the limited offensive opportunities and his coach’s tendency to quickly substitute him.
Grimes found it challenging to contribute when he went entire quarters without touching the ball, only to have limited chances to make a shot later in the game.
Standing in the corner for most of the game and being expected to make a shot with such infrequent opportunities proved to be a tough situation for him.
“It’s just hard when you go the whole quarter without touching the ball, the whole second quarter without touching the ball, and then you get one shot and you got to make it,” Grimes said after the Knicks’ 146-122 blowout loss to the Bucks.
“So it’s tough going out there and just standing in the corner the whole game. Then you got to make the shot when you shoot the ball one or two times per game. It is what it is.”