Tim Hardaway Jr.
He can establish that second unit that comes in and challenges opponents when the starters are winded. He can completely change the game, get the crowd pumped up and propel the Knicks forward.
When the moratorium lifts on Wednesday night and teams around the league execute all the deals reported over the last 10 days, the Knicks will still be left with many holes to fill and very few good options to fill them.
First round draft pick Tim Hardaway Jr. agreed a four-year contract with the Knicks on Monday.
“It’s very ironic,” his father said at the Knicks’ practice facility. “The years that I played and the rivalry that we had, now it’s coming full circle. My son is going to play for the Knicks.”
It isn’t a debacle and Hardaway can provide some useful minutes, but I wanted more out of the 24th pick.
Just like they did last year with Dion Waiters, the Cavs went for the best available talent instead of overall need.
The Knicks selected Tim Hardaway Jr. at 24th overall in the 2013 NBA Draft.
Earlier this week, we talked about the Knicks’ needs in this year’s draft. Today we’ll take a look at their options when they select at No. 24.
Ben McLemore seemed be to a virtual lock to be taken among the top three picks a few weeks ago, but now he could drop all the way to Sacramento at No. 7.
The preseason No. 2 team finishes 35-5 and wins 16 in a row to close the season, culminating with a national championship. No dominant team in college basketball this year?
The season that none of us could predict is set to give us a title game that none of us will forget.
The matchup of Louisville and Michigan could produce a memorable NCAA title game.
Syracuse’s fearsome defense is looking to shut down Michigan’s run-and-gun offense in their Final Four meeting.
The Wolverines had no trouble getting past VCU and are now into the “Sweet 16.”
Syracuse can beat anyone without James Southerland. How do I know that? Because the Orange won at Louisville without Southerland on Saturday.