New York’s at a precarious spot at no. 9: do they go with the highest talent still left on the board, or do the Knicks pick the organization’s top positional need, likely a wing player?
Trae Young took college basketball by storm last season at Oklahoma. How would he potentially fit with the Knicks if they select him to run the point?
Bryan and Charlie debate who works best for the Knicks at no. 9 come June at the 2018 NBA Draft.
Villanova’s steady swingman has provided consistent shooting and defense during his collegiate tenure. Now, ready to move on to the pros, the Knicks could desperately use Bridges’ talents in the immediate and long-term direction of the franchise.
Despite staying at the projected ninth spot in the draft, the Knicks will have the tough decision to select talent for their team—what are the strengths and weaknesses of some prospects?