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Old 05-19-2015, 07:18 PM   #31 (permalink)
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Will be happy with Russell or Mudiay.
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Probably they have Mozgov on a nice price, paying Varejao $10 AAV, and Tristan Thompson is a RFA they have to pay.
I don't know - they don't necessarily have to pay Thompson, and even if they do they can probably afford to pay the tax for one year before the supercap kicks in. Particularly if they don't win a title this year and get desperate.

Even if you don't like the Cleveland fit, there are other teams that could use him (Boston comes to mind), and there's too much of a risk that he winds up having to settle for $30 million over 3 for him to opt out now, IMO.
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Towns/JO/Russ/Manny. That'll be the order, no surprises or any of that shit. Pretty disappointing to fall to 4, being the only team to fall is a beautiful tragedy of its own.

I'm warming up on NYK taking Manny, he seems like a good fit for the triangle and was heavily hyped over the past year as a top player. Needs to improve on his J and all around shooting, but other than that I think he'll be a good fit.

Not buying PJ taking Winslow/WCS/Kaminksky.

Jesus man, hope FA does NYK good.
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Knicks’ draft attention turns to 2 star guards


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The Knicks’ focus now shifts from a debate between big-man studs Karl-Anthony Towns and Jahlil Okafor to head-scratching over the worth of point guards Emmanuel Mudiay and D’Angelo Russell, who have battled each other since eighth grade.

Now armed with the fourth pick of the draft, the Knicks probably won’t even have the choice of the big two. Philadelphia should get first crack at No. 3 and there are rumblings they are locked in on Ohio State’s Russell.

That could be just fine for the Knicks, as Mudiay fits the bill in Phil Jackson’s vision of a big lead guard. The 6-foot-5 Mudiay is not a great shooter, but he’s explosive and a heady passer. Mudiay played one year in China after high school, was injured for two months and is less heralded than Russell.

Both were at the lottery at the Hilton Hotel on Tuesday night and expressed a desire to get to the Knicks. Russell said at last week’s NBA Draft Combine in Chicago that he and Carmelo Anthony could “do some damage.”

“I feel I’m the type of player to come into that situation and really make the best of it, following in Carmelo’s footsteps,’’ Russell said. “It would be a blessing [to play in New York]. It’s the mecca.’’

Russell, who interviewed with Jackson in Chicago, admitted at the combine he “had no intel’’ on the triangle offense and had barely heard of it until recently. He obviously got some ribbing over that remark.

“I’m familiar with it now,’’ Russell said jokingly. “I had to do my research.’’

Mudiay did not attend last week’s combine as expected, so he hasn’t met with any clubs. He said his “team’’ felt he “didn’t need to go.” On Monday, Mudiay raved about Jackson during a Times Square appearance, saying the Knicks president could make him “great.’’

After the lottery, Mudiay added to that praise.

“He’s a legend, so everything that he’s going to say or try to give advice, I would listen,” Mudiay said. “Ten-plus championships, so why not try to learn from that?’’

Said Mudiay of Anthony: “He’s a superstar in this league, somebody who knows the game in and out. He’d definitely give me good advice if I was to go there.’’

Russell and Mudiay likely will pop up as the third and fourth picks on most mock drafts, but the former Dallas high school star said he feels he could have gone higher if he had played in college.

“Of course everyone still gonna think they’re the No. 1 player,’’ Mudiay said. “It’s really what the teams need. Some teams needs bigs, some need guards.’’
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Knicks GM: No. 4 pick not 'setback,' keeping options open
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As it stands, the most likely scenario is that the Knicks get Mudiay and then sign Greg Monroe in FA. They'd then still have ~$10M in spend on other players, so I don't think the door is totally closed on the Knicks being a playoff contender next season.
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Knicks have options with fourth pick, but one seems most likely

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While Knicks president Phil Jackson isn’t married to the fourth pick awarded at Tuesday’s draft lottery, the consensus among league executives is he will ultimately hold onto it, especially if the Knicks fall deeper in love with point guard Emmanuel Mudiay or Duke forward Justise Winslow.

Knicks general manager Steve Mills said after the disappointment of falling to No. 4 that the club will “explore all options.’’ But a person debriefed on the front office’s thinking said trading down is not a top priority because the goal is to get the best player in a deal, not a second asset. If the Knicks ultimately judge Mudiay, Winslow or Kentucky big man Willie Cauley-Stein as most impactful, they will stay put. Jackson said after the season the chances of them trading the pick would increase if they fell to the fifth pick.

In trading down, the Knicks have the wherewithal to inherit a low-salaried veteran or younger player without giving up a pawn because they have four trade exceptions — ranging from $2 million-$6 million — that expire draft night.

However, the Knicks will need a team to really want to move up for the likes of Mudiay, Winslow or Cauley-Stein, whom Pacers president Larry Bird is said to crave. The Pacers, who pick 11th, have a stack of veterans, including defensive-minded backup center Ian Mahinmi, who is slated to make $4 million next season. The Knicks have a strong need for a defensive big man and could swap picks, take Mahinmi and ask for another future first-rounder.

Denver may be willing to move up from No. 7 and swap picks while giving up ex-Knick Wilson Chandler for the Knicks’ $6 million trade exception. He’s a rotation player, but it would eat $6.7 million of their 2015 cap space.

“Teams are ripe for movement and are open to it,’’ one pro personnel director said.
The thinking is the Knicks could add a veteran rotation player and perhaps still get Cauley-Stein, Winslow, Frank Kaminsky or Stanley Johnson.

Since the Knicks don’t have a pick next year, they also have interest in acquiring a 2016 first-rounder to move back as that would not cut into their 2015 cap space.

“They’re going to be really bad next year so might as well,’’ one Western Conference executive said.

“They will do their due diligence,’’ another NBA executive said. “There’s going to be talks. It’s all about how much they are asking for.’’

The Western Conference executive said: “I don’t think there’s going to be a tremendous push to jump up to four and get Mudiay or Winslow. Winslow is a nice player. He’s not a game-changer.’’

Perhaps the Kings, who have the sixth pick, would have parted with stud center/troublemaker DeMarcus Cousins for the No. 1 or 2 pick in going after Karl-Anthony Towns or Jahlil Okafor but not to move up only two spots.

According to several scouts interviewed Wednesday, Mudiay, who played in China, has a lot going for him — his 6-foot-5 size, athleticism and passing ability. But all were concerned about his perimeter shot and whether he’ll be an elite defender. Winslow at least has that proven defensive zeal and Carmelo Anthony has taken a liking to him. Anthony has also warned a rookie point guard has a steep “learning curve.’’

“He has to improve his shooting,’’ one NBA scout said of Mudiay. “He needs to shoot better, finish better and defend better at this level. You can’t look into his heart and see how big it is. That’s what defense is — whether they have the desire to defend.’’

Mudiay skipped the draft combine and hasn’t met with teams yet as has point guard D’Angelo Russell, favored to go No. 3 to the Sixers.

Bird told The New York Times of Mudiay: “Very hard, very hard. We had people over [in China] and he got hurt. It’s a very tough situation to be in. … And now we just have to work out and see what he is. You can’t go by high-school stats. They’re all good in high school.”

The Knicks place heavy emphasis on the interview process, feeling character is huge. They have more than a month to sort it out.

“Love for competition, that’s our biggest need,’’ Knicks coach Derek Fisher said during ESPN’s broadcast of the combine. “If it’s the NBA draft, you’ll find talent no matter what number it is. But it’s the right talent. That’s really what we’re looking for, which might be a departure from years in the past. But that’s our goal right now.’’
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Apparently Okafor is already acting like a bitch and saying he won't play for the T-Wolves
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How does Justise Winslow fit with the Knicks?

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With the NBA Draft less than a month away, we're taking a look at how potential lottery picks fit with the New York Knicks. Forward Justise Winslow is one player who may be on the board for New York, which has the fourth pick.

Below is a look at how Winslow could impact the Knicks:

How will Winslow fit the triangle?

Winslow is a strong passer and cutter. As such, scouts believe he’ll be a good fit for the Knicks’ offense.

“He‘s versatile forward with good size and strength,” ESPN NBA Draft Insider Fran Fraschilla says. “He’d be good in the pinch post area; he’d be great cutting off a post action. He’s also a good ball handler for a forward.”

All of those attributes fit Phil Jackson’s signature offense, which emphasizes cutting and the ability to make quick reads with the ball based on the defense’s positioning.

The reviews for Winslow are less certain when it comes to shooting.

He knocked down 41 percent of his 3-point attempts at Duke as a freshman, but some observers, such as Fraschilla, wonder how well his shot translates to the NBA. Part of this is due to his low free-throw percentage (64 percent). Winslow will be 19 in his rookie season, though, so it’s logical to think that he can improve in his area under the Knicks’ coaching staff.

Wally Szczerbiak, a Knicks analyst on MSG and a CBS Sports Network college basketball analyst, sees Winslow’s positional versatility as a plus for the Knicks.

“I think he’s a Lamar Odom type. He’s not as big but he can play the 3, he can possibly swing out to the 2 in the NBA,” Szczerbiak says.

That positional versatility leads to our next question …

How can he complement Carmelo?

If Winslow plays small forward for the Knicks, that could shift Carmelo Anthony to power forward. As we noted last week, the Knicks have been a better team with Anthony at power forward in recent seasons.

Last season, they outscored opponents by 5.7 points per 48 minutes when Anthony played power forward, per 82games.com. Conversely, they were outscored by 7.2 points per 48 minutes with Anthony at small forward in 2014-15.

Winslow’s presence can also help Anthony on defense. He's 6-6 1/2 with a 6-10 wingspan and a chiseled 225-pound frame, so he can guard the opponent’s small forward. That would allow Anthony to guard the opposing power forward.

The defensive alignment with Anthony at power forward accounted for some of the point differential mentioned above. This would save Anthony from having to chase small forwards around the perimeter.

Winslow can benefit from Anthony as well.

He showed in college that he can exploit a defense when a teammate is double-teammed.

“He was a key when they started double-teamming [Jahlil] Okafor [at Duke],” Szczerbiak says. “He was the roamer, got a lot of shots, cut to the basket, got a lot of passes and offensive rebounds.”

If Winslow can establish the same symbiotic relationship with Anthony, the young forward could be a value piece for the Knicks.

Scouts also see Winslow as a high-IQ player and a tireless worker. He’s won titles while playing against his age group for Team USA. He also won a national title in college. Those are intangible attributes that could appeal to Anthony and Jackson.

What will he bring on defense?

Most observers believe Winslow will earn his playing time in 2015-16 on the defensive end, where he does some of his best work.

“He’s a guy that can defend two positions and he rebounds outside of his area,” says Ryan Blake, the senior scouting consultant for the NBA. “There’s going to be a learning curve. He’s coming up as a freshman and he’s going to be finding quicker, stronger players. But he’s got the potential to be a good wing defender.”

Scouts project Winslow as a player who is strong enough to fight through screens on pick-and-rolls and versatile enough to switch onto a quicker player on such plays.

This would benefit New York, which ranked 25th in the NBA defending the pick-and-roll ball handler, per Synergy Sports.

Winslow should also be able to rebound well at the next level; he pulled down nine rebounds per 40 minutes at Duke to go along with 1.8 blocks and 1.2 steals.

The Knicks, of course, need all the help they can get on defense and on the boards. They finished 28th in defensive efficiency and 28th in rebound rate, which measures the percentage of missed shots a team rebounds.

Given those poor numbers, it’s not hard to see why the Knicks, according to ESPN’s Chad Ford, are “big fans” of Winslow’s.

“Winslow is a versatile player, he’s a share-the-wealth guy,” Blake says. “He passes the ball well, he can be that DeMarre Carroll-guy in the triangle for them. I think he could fit well in New York.”
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With the NBA Draft less than a month away, we're taking a look at how potential lottery picks fit with the New York Knicks. Point guard Emmanuel Mudiay is one player who may be on the board for New York, which has the fourth pick.

Below is a look at how Mudiay could impact the Knicks:

How will Mudiay fit in the triangle?

Mudiay showed in China that he thrives in the pick-and-roll, a play that isn’t prevalent in the triangle offense.

Derek Fisher’s Knicks ran the pick-and-roll on 11 percent of their plays last season, which ranked 28th in the league. But they did increase the frequency of pick and roll plays throughout the year. Maybe bringing Mudiay in forces them to run more pick-and-roll this season?

“You know that the organization is married to the triangle, but we also know that when the clock went low in Chicago and Los Angeles they gave the ball to Michael (Jordan) and Kobe (Bryant) and got out of the way. So if there are ways to use Mudiay in isolation and pick-and-roll, it would be to his benefit because it’s one of his strengths,” ESPN NBA Draft Insider Fran Fraschilla says. “It would have to be some adjustment on the part of the coaching staff to put him in more pick-and-roll.”

At 6-foot-5 with a 6-foot-8.5 wingspan, Mudiay has the physical attributes that Phil Jackson covets in his guards (think 6-foot-6 guard Ron Harper). This allows him to see over the defense for entry passes and passes to cutters – two cornerstones of the triangle. Mudiay also rebounds well for his position (six rebounds per game in 10 CBA regular season games), which would help a Knicks club that ranked 28th in the league in defensive rebounding rate and 29th in offensive rebounding.

“He’s a great board man for his size,” says Ryan Blake, the senior scouting consultant for the NBA.

Mudiay’s size, speed and quickness also lead most to believe that he will be able to get to the rim frequently in the NBA. This could benefit a Knicks team that finished in the bottom third in drives and points off of drives last season.

“He also causes fouls and gets to the free throw line,” notes Wally Szczerbiak, a Knicks analyst on MSG and a CBS Sports Network college basketball analyst.

Again, this quality may help a Knicks team that finished 27th in free throw rate. Though it should be noted that Mudiay shot just 50 percent from the free throw line in China and struggled with his perimeter shooting (30 percent from beyond the arc).

So the Knicks coaching staff would have to help Mudiay with his shot, since perimeter shooting from the guards is a key component of the offense.

How can he complement Carmelo?

Fraschilla notes that Mudiay’s ability to penetrate the defense should help Carmelo Anthony – and any other Knick on the floor with him.

“The whole idea of a point guard (like Mudiay) who can get into the paint is about creating easy opportunities for his teammates,” Fraschilla says.

If the Knicks can find a player who can create easy looks for Anthony, it’s logical to think that this could give Anthony a better chance at remaining healthy and productive over the remaining four years of his contract. Though, admittedly, this assumption is based on many factors that are difficult to predict, such as if opposing teams will even leave Anthony alone to help on a driving Mudiay.

What will he bring on defense?

New York languished in the bottom third in the league in opponent field goal percentage in the paint for much of the season and was in the bottom five in opponent 3-point field goal percentage.

If Mudiay develops into the defender that many scouts project him to be, he should help the Knicks in both areas. Observers believe he'll have the strength to get over screens in pick-and-roll situations and the quickness to stay in front of most guards.

“He played with grown men in China. There’s no reason he should not become a very good defender because he’s got positional size, speed, quickness and strength,” Fraschilla said. “It’s just now a matter of ‘want to’ from him. My dealing with him is he’s a high-character kid.”
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Wildcats' Trey Lyles just may be the Kentucky big man Knicks draft

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Even with Karl Anthony-Towns expected to be the first overall pick in next month’s NBA Draft, the Knicks may stick with the philosophy of taking the best Kentucky big man available.

While Towns and Willie Cauley-Stein have garnered the most attention, the Knicks for months have been enamored with Trey Lyles, according to a team source. Lyles is a 6-foot-10 forward out of Indianapolis who Phil Jackson sees as a good fit for the triangle offense.

Would the Knicks select Lyles with the fourth overall pick? Crazier things have happened and if Jackson truly believes Lyles, the 2014 Indiana Mr. Basketball who was born in Saskatoon, Saskatchewan, and has played internationally for the U.S. and Canada, is worth it, perhaps he’ll make the move. A more plausible scenario would be for the Knicks to trade down, since most draft experts don’t see him as a top 10 pick.

The X-factor is what the Los Angeles Lakers do or don’t do with the second pick. There is already talk of Jackson’s former club considering Ohio State guard D’Angelo Russell which would leave Duke’s Jahlil Okafor available to Sixers at No. 3. Philadelphia already has a Nerlens Noel and Joel Embiid on its roster and could potentially use the pick in a trade or pass on Okafor. In that case, the Knicks would select Okafor, thus erasing the pain of falling from two to four at the Draft Lottery.

But if Towns, Russell and Okafor are off the board, Jackson will have a tough choice to make. Point guard Emmanuel Mudiay may seem like the logical pick, but Jackson’s teams historically never feature a top point guard. And with Jose Calderon already under contract and the Knicks convinced that Langston Galloway can be a contributing player on a good team, Jackson may ignore Mudiay, who spent last season in China.

The Knicks scouted Kentucky extensively during the season. Jackson even made a trip to Lexington to see John Calipari’s team practice, and the word from people associated with the Wildcats is that the Knicks were impressed with Lyles.

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