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New York Knicks: Way Too Late Draft Grades
By Mike Elworth: Owner and Publisher/HoopStuff….
Pick 25: Tim Hardaway Jr.- SG- University of Michigan
- Hardaway is an excellent shooter and athlete and scorer and he still has upside to his game and is going to the Knicks, who need depth on the wing, scoring and the perimeter and of course, shooters. They started two point guard often last season, so obviously shooting guard was a need. They have JR Smith off the bench, who is arguably the top sixth man in the NBA, but they need a long term starter, which Hardaway can fit and although this will not be as a rookie, he can still contribute off the bench. They needed youth and talent on the perimeter and this was an excellent choice for their future. A playoff team drafting a long term starter and early contributor this late is incredible value in any draft. Well done New York.
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