The NBA Summer League has concluded, and the New York Knicks now know a little more about their future. The slew of games in Las Vegas are designed so that teams can get a good look at prospects, and New York did just that.
Certain players earned trips to the Knicks' training camp this fall, while others may be deserving of looks elsewhere. Conversely, other players may have destroyed their professional chances.
The team is still searching for a final guard to add to the rotation, and Toure Murry did everything he could to rise from the unknowns and claim a spot. The Knicks also need a defensive big man with rebounding ability, and they brought in a deep lineup of bigs to compete for the position.
Now that the league has wrapped up, it's an appropriate time to judge who benefited from the games, and whose stock was hurt the most by them.
We'll do so in the following slides.