8. Tim Hardaway Jr. SG, Michigan
The Knicks could use a shooter and some offensive pop to bring off the bench, with Hardaway an option at No. 24.
Hardaway has been a popular name since the NBA combine, where he shot 19-of-25 from three, measured in at 6’6” and impressed during interviews.
He is NBA-ready and can shoot, drive and pass and should be motivated to defend on a contending team
7. Reggie Bullock, SF, North Carolina
If the Knicks lose Chris Copeland (likely) and J.R. Smith (possibly), Bullock would be a good fit as a guy who can spread the floor with his outside shot.
Physically he has the look of an NBA-ready small forward and in addition to his consistent shooting; Bullock can get after it defensively as well.
If the Knicks want someone who can contribute in multiple categories, Bullock should be considered as he is a potential future NBA star.