The New York Knicks have been surprisingly feisty to start the 2020-21 NBA season. While much of that improved play can be explained by the new coaching staff, headlined by former NBA Coach of the Year Tom Thibodeau, rookie guard Immanuel Quickley has also captured the attention of the denizens of Madison Square Garden.

On Saturday afternoon, the Knicks took on the Portland Trail Blazers, and Quickley actually upstaged former Knicks legend Carmelo Anthony by drilling a deep, step-back triple against the 36-year-old veteran:

As you can see, Quickley has no qualms about pulling up from way downtown and his shooting stroke looks exceptionally smooth after shooting 42.8 percent in his final year at Kentucky.