NY Knicks: 3 wings NY can sign in offseason that make the team better

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Can I spend the first half of this article gushing over the NY Knicks again?

Count’em up…9 games straight with a DUB. Big game tonight against a very talented Phoenix Suns team.

It’ll be a real test for the Knicks as they’ve had cupcake matchups over the last 2 weeks in comparison to the Suns team they’re about to face.

I have all the faith in the world that at the very least, the Knicks will give Phoenix a serious run for their money and take them into deep waters.

Devin Booker is up there as one of my favorite non-Knicks players so I’d love to see him put up 50 in a losing effort.

As long as we’re on the topic of ‘Book’, Reggie Bullock is likely to be the one guarding him so if he does end up with a 50-piece tonight, that’ll be a pretty bad look on Reggie.

Doubt it happens if I’m being honest. Not on this year’s Knicks defense.

Reggie has been sensational this year.

What wing do you think the NY Knicks should target in free agency?

I actually tweeted out an interesting stat line about how Reggie during the month of April has been something really special.

He’s shooting 49.2% from the field, 44.3% from deep on 8.2 attempts per game, and 100% from the free-throw line.

I couldn’t happily live in a world where the Knicks decide against bringing back Reggie, for not only has his production been super impactful toward the team’s success this season but he’s been a huge reason why the chemistry on this team is at an all-time high.

I’ve been saying that Reggie is best suited in more of a reserve, off-the-bench role but I could totally see the Knicks bringing him back as next year’s SG/SF and only upgrading at the point guard spot.

If they did decide to explore an upgrade at his position in the starting lineup, there are a few different directions they could go in.

Here we’ll be covering one of those directions in seeking out a free agent that would be a no-brainer improvement over Mr. Bullock.