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    You have been very, very GENEROUS with some players evaluation. Dotson started and average double figures so why is he a long shot? The best all-around player on the team is now a long shot on the worst team in the league.

    Do we have to build a team according to league standard? Can we build a team with what player are on the team? Coach to your talent....NOT YOUR HYPE!!!



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    Quote Originally Posted by Kiyaman View Post
    NO! We don't need a rookie PG!
    The Knicks young-core players Frank, DSJ, Dotson, Trier, Knox, MitchRob, and rookie RJ all need a season having an experience NBA starter PG (CP3) as a teammate to improve their level of B.ball .. Our coaching-Staff SUCKS !!!
    Completely agree. This is a position that requires the most experience. I'd like to see us make a play for Rubio or Rondo. This wouldn't solve our scoring problems, but it would give us a solid floor gen capable of spreading the floor.

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    Quote Originally Posted by donchris View Post
    Completely agree. This is a position that requires the most experience. I'd like to see us make a play for Rubio or Rondo. This wouldn't solve our scoring problems, but it would give us a solid floor gen capable of spreading the floor.

    We need to rebuild, not inject a PG to a ready-made roster. I want our PG for next decade... not a stopgap option for 2-3 years.

    I’m not opposed to swinging a deal and bringing that in.

    But, let me ask you... if we are drafting and PG is best player on the board.... are you proposing taking a gamble on a lesser prospect?

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    Wow! NCAA rules projected 1st pick Wiseman ineligible... and Penny planned on starting 5 freshman this season.

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    Quote Originally Posted by mafra View Post
    We need to rebuild, not inject a PG to a ready-made roster. I want our PG for next decade... not a stopgap option for 2-3 years.

    I’m not opposed to swinging a deal and bringing that in.

    But, let me ask you... if we are drafting and PG is best player on the board.... are you proposing taking a gamble on a lesser prospect?
    Not at all. Always get the best available player, regardless of position in my view. But there aren't many projected Steph Curry's out there. I'm not convinced that one and done PGs know how to run an offense. There will be years of development for anyone we draft. If you want results in the near future, in my view we need some vet leadership at this position.

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    2. New York Knicks- Cole Anthony, G, North Carolina

    Despite losing out on the top overall pick, the Knicks end up with the player some peg to be the best coming out of this draft. While RJ Barrett and Cole Anthony have overlapping skillsets (similar to Collin Sexton and Darius Garland in Cleveland), there's no doubt they'd be electric offensively and would light up the Garden on a nightly basis. Anthony can score from anywhere on the floor and has the look of a long-time professional getter of buckets. The fit could be better, but the Knicks sell excitement in place of success, and Anthony brings that in spades.

    https://www.thebiglead.com/amp/posts...t-01dsdhwe2p8c

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    Quote Originally Posted by mafra View Post
    2. New York Knicks- Cole Anthony, G, North Carolina

    Despite losing out on the top overall pick, the Knicks end up with the player some peg to be the best coming out of this draft. While RJ Barrett and Cole Anthony have overlapping skillsets (similar to Collin Sexton and Darius Garland in Cleveland), there's no doubt they'd be electric offensively and would light up the Garden on a nightly basis. Anthony can score from anywhere on the floor and has the look of a long-time professional getter of buckets. The fit could be better, but the Knicks sell excitement in place of success, and Anthony brings that in spades.

    https://www.thebiglead.com/amp/posts...t-01dsdhwe2p8c
    Steph Curry, KAT, Trae Young/Doncic, Zion...the more we want the guy the more impossible it will be that we will get the pick to get him. We are cursed (by our own franchise’s incompetence).

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