8. Tim Hardaway Jr. SG, Michigan
Apr 6, 2013; Atlanta, GA, USA; Michigan Wolverines guard Tim Hardaway Jr. (10) and Syracuse Orange forward James Southerland (43) react in the second half of the semifinals during the 2013 NCAA mens Final Four at the Georgia Dome. Mandatory Credit: Bob Donnan-USA TODAY Sports
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.