New York Knicks‘ second-year wing RJ Barrett’s chip on his shoulder is getting bigger by the day.
Anthony Edwards’ mockery of his missed game-winning shot.
But each time Barrett is getting snubbed and mocked, he rises.
Barrett has blossomed to become the New York Knicks’ No.2 option behind All-Star Julius Randle from a questionable third overall selection after his uneven rookie season.
“My game speaks for itself,” Barrett said Friday ahead of his matchup with last year’s Rookie of the Year Ja Morant.