Found June 13, 2013 on Turn On The Knicks:
PLAYERS: Mike Woodson
TEAMS: New York Knicks
Chris DiGioia kicks off our look at New York Knicks Draft Prospects by breaking down North Texas forward Tony Mitchell.  The New York Knicks are going to have plenty on their plate come draft day, and having possession of the 24th overall pick, a wide range of intriguing prospects could be available. North Texas combo forward Tony Mitchell could easily find himself in a Knicks uniform next season. The 6-8 forward is known to be extremely athletic, and his ability to get up and down the court can bode well for an up-tempo team like the Knicks. Mitchell provides some unique qualities offensively and defensively, showing he has three-point range in college, coupled with a natural talent in shot-blocking. It is always a huge plus for any player to be capable of guarding multiple positions, and with a defensive-minded head coach like Mike Woodson, he can be used in an array defensive schemes. Although Mitchell has shown to play the game passionately on both sides of the court, he’s stil...
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