Beno Udrih came to New York to be the third point guard, but thrust into a starting role with injuries to Raymond Felton and Pablo Prigioni he has absorbed some blame for the team’s troubles — and seemed upset some of it has come from Knicks coach Mike Woodson. He struggled through a 1-for-6 shooting day — the only bucket coming on a goaltending call — and couldn’t slow Russell Westbrook or whoever he was defending. But that made him like the rest of the team. "I kind of feel like when I do the right thing, it’s not the right thing in some people’s eyes," Udrih said. "It’s just tough. It’s easy to point fingers when the team loses. But it comes down to we are a team, we lose together. No matter who makes a mistake or who doesn’t it’s still a team loss. So I think all of this stuff should be kept out of the media and not call certain people out or something. We’ve just got to go out there and fix it and watch video and fix it as a team." Woodson said after the game, "Beno struggled a little bit tonight and I am going to need Beno to play because I don’t know when those guys are going to actually come back." - See more at: