5 Draft-Day Steals Who Can Help the NY Knicks Next Season

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5 Draft-Day Steals Who Can Help the NY Knicks Next Season
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The 2012 NBA draft is shaping up to be one of the deepest draft classes in recent history, which means there will be many steals to get with late selections.  

Numerous talented underclassmen have entered their names in this year's draft pool, like Kentucky’s Anthony Davis, Michael Kidd-Gilchrist and Terrence Jones, UNC’s Harrison Barnes and Kendall Marshall, UConn’s Andre Drummond and Jeremy Lamb, Kansas’ Thomas Robinson and Duke’s Austin Rivers.  

With so many great players leaving school early this year, there will definitely be some impact players who will slip into the end of the first round or even the second round.

Since the New York Knicks traded their first-round pick to the Houston Rockets in an attempt to clear up cap space, they will only have their second-round pick in this draft.

Here are five players who can be draft-day steals for the Knicks and help them improve next season.

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