Singleton merely smiled Monday as Alex Rodriguez, Mark Teixeira and others cheered him on as the New York Yankees began their annual HOPE Week.
As the Knicks count down the hours to the NBA draft, they can’t help but feel somewhat powerless. The one sure-fire way the team can get who they really want? By trading up.
Which frontcourt players might be available for the Knicks to draft at No. 17? Between small forwards, power forwards and centers, there are quite a few players that might still be on the board.