New York head coach Mike D’Antoni came out and said last night the Knicks were more focused on July 1st than June 24th.
The Knickerbockers held two picks in last night’s draft, both of which in the second round.
The Knicks have been more focused for the last two years on signing LeBron James than actually winning basketball games, and with the free agent season about to begin next week, New York’s limited draft picks—No. 38 and 39—should have gone to help sign the King.
So, let’s take a look to see if Syracuse’s Andy Rautins and Stanford’s Landry Fields will help the Knicks achieve their free agent goals.