Frank, Knox, Robinson and Trier are all players that we will get to see if they can improve on their techniques.
Knicks will have less cap space left for this summer free agency as Enes Kanter will opt in. Kanter has averaged 14.1 points, 11.0 rebounds and 1.5 assists while shooting 59.2 percent from the field in 71 game appearances. On the defensive end he at at the bottom tier...
Knicks took a chance with the 36th pick by drafting Mitchell Robinson. Robinson is a 7’1 center who had committed to Texas A&M, then followed coach Rick Stansbury to Western Kentucky when Stansbury took that job. Robinson then de-committed, then recommitted, then...
Knox can run the floor, lead transition breaks, take the ball off the bounce and hit from outside. There’s always pressure to find an immediate contributor, but Knox’s trajectory fits with the Knicks’ timeline.