JR Smith shot selection sometimes a concern

Mike Woodson didn’t like a lot of things about the New York Knicks’ 99-93 loss to the Miami Heat on Sunday.

He had a problem with his team’s second-half turnovers, third-quarter intensity and poor execution down the stretch.

But J.R. Smith’s shot selection may have bothered Woodson the most.

Smith essentially shot the Knicks in the foot on Sunday by going just 2-for-11 in the second half. On the afternoon, Smith missed 13 of 18 shots, including 11 of his 14 3-point attempts.

“You can’t take 18 shots and 14 shots are 3s. That’s a bit much,” Woodson said. “He’s got to mix it up.”

– Reported by Ian Begley of ESPN New York