The New York Knicks made some major changes over the summer after three years in the postseason wilderness.
Along with Derrick Rose, Joakim Noah joined the Big Apple franchise to suit up alongside Carmelo Anthony and impressive sophomore Kristaps Porzingis.
Rose dropped 27 points against the Wizards and Porzingis has been impressing the whole league with his game-winning capabilities.
But what about Noah? How has he been settling in? He told Ian Begley of ESPN that he is concentrating on improving as the season goes on.
"There's still things I feel like I need to do a lot better. I'm not happy with where I am right now. I feel like I can definitely play better, but I'm not going to get frustrated with the process. I'm giving everything I've got and looking forward to being better with this team, but not being frustrated with the process."
Noah is averaging 4.3 points, 8.9 boards and 3.5 assists a game, but he is only being played for an average of 24 minutes a time.
His coach, Jeff Hornacek, insists that limited Noah's minutes has nothing to dow ith his form. To be fair, given the center's injury problems over the past few seasons, it would make the world of sense if it was just a precautionary measure.