New York Knicks
Led by center Karl-Anthony Towns, who is considered the likely No. 1 pick, Kentucky could have seven players drafted Thursday.
With Boomer out, it was once again left up to Chris Simms to keep Craig from going to crazy on the floundering Mets.
Pick wisely, Phil Jackson. And watch your back.
With the No. 4 pick in the draft and another $25 million or so to spend in free agency, the Knicks are in position to be offseason winners.
This is my big board for the 2015 NBA draft. Keep in mind that I am looking at the draft from the perspective of the Knicks’ front office.
Keep in mind that the draft, by its nature, is a crap shoot. I’ll likely be wrong for more than one of these guys. That’s part of the fun.
If they trade away a star player, it could set the franchise back another decade. In other words, they better not screw this up.
With the Knicks selecting fourth a week from Thursday, there are many reports that they might be interested in trading down, depending on interest and who is available.
Hezonja can put the ball in the hole every way you can. His is great running off screens, catching and shooting.
Some people call Emmanuel Mudiay the boom-or-bust prospect in this draft. They’re wrong. That title belongs to Kristaps Porzingis.
Kentucky’s agile big man can defend, defend and defend some more, which the Knicks could certainly use. But what about his offense?
“If I played basketball and you played with me, and all of a sudden you become my head coach, there isn’t anything you can tell me, dude,” Horry told Boomer & Carton.
J.R. Smith — who was traded to the Cavaliers in January — admitted on Wednesday that he was insulted and felt disrespected when Knicks president Phil Jackson dealt him along with Iman Shumpert.
If there’s a perfect fit out there for the Knicks at No. 4 in the NBA draft, it may be Duke’s Justise Winslow.
Emmanuel Mudiay is the real man of mystery in this year’s NBA draft class.