Kemba Walker's disappointing season with the Knicks has reached a new low. In 34 minutes over his previous two games, Walker laid a goose egg in the scoring column. He went 0-6 from the field without taking a single free throw.

The 2021-22 season has not been kind to Walker. In 31 games this season, he is averaging career-lows in minutes, points and assists per game. New York was hoping he would provide an offensive spark. Although he has been better than his predecessor, Elfrid Payton, he hasn't been good overall.

Knicks head coach Tom Thibodeau didn't show any concern about Walker's scoreless games, citing the body of work he has amassed over his 11-year career.

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Thibodeau having this much faith in Walker seems interesting given that Walker was removed from the Knicks lineup altogether earlier in the season. His struggles have played a part in the Knicks' brutally disappointing campaign. Several other players have regressed, too, though Walker's regression is perhaps the most disappointing.

This season was a homecoming for Walker and he has been a mostly negative part of this season for New York. Aside from a Christmas Day triple-double that kicked off a dominant run that earned him an Eastern Conference Player of the Week award, Walker has not done much for the Knicks.

New York is in dire need of a roster shake-up. Walker is among the veterans that the Knicks are willing to trade away ahead of next week's trade deadline. While Walker has been healthy this season, the lingering effects of injuries from past seasons seem to have taken a toll.