Knicks head coach Mike D'Antoni discussed Randolph's disappointing preseason on Thursday.
"He's got big potential," D'Antoni told the New York Daily News. "What does potential mean? Up to now he hasn't done a whole lot. He's good. He's got talent, great future and we hope all that. We got to keep teaching him and he's got to keep learning. Every once in a while he'll go off on a tangent that he can't do during the regular season. We're trying to get him to understand do the easy things. But it's up to him."
"He should be a stat magnet," D'Antoni added. "He should go on the floor and have three blocks, five rebounds get to the line three times, have two dunks, come out and he's only played five minutes. And you'll say 'whoa, look at that.' He has to have so much energy that he's changing the game."