3 possible New York Knicks rotations with Cam Reddish

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New York Knicks, Atlanta Hawks

RJ Barrett, Cam Reddish New York Knicks.. Mandatory Credit: Jason DeCrow/Pool Photo-USA TODAY Sports

Yesterday the New York Knicks fired the opening salvo of the 2022 trade season, acquiring Cam Reddish, Solomon Hill, and a 2025 2nd Round Draft pick for Kevin Knox and a Hornets’ protected 1st Round Draft pick.

We can now officially retire Kevin Knox trades.

Reddish is a steal for New York, as the former number 10 overall pick and Duke teammate of RJ Barrett provides the offensive firepower and defensive size that the Knicks lack.

Knox has been out of the rotation for almost two years now and the Hornets’ 1st rounder will very possibly convey as two 2nd rounders instead.

Additionally, The Athletic reported Atlanta asked for Quentin Grimes and New York said no.

Leon Rose hit another one out of the park.

Knicks Get
Cam Reddish
Solomon HIll
BRK 2025 2nd Round Pick
Hawks Get
CHA 2022 Protected 1st Round pick
Kevin Knox

But the Reddish trade is the beginning, not the end of the decision-making for the Knicks higher-ups this season.

Another trade could follow, as Myles Turner is still on the market.

And with Reddish in the fold, the Knicks are going to have to figure out who’s in and who’s out of the rotation.

Reddish will primarily play backup small forward, but can slide over to shooting guard or potentially Power Forward.

Versatile and full of promise, he looks to have carved out a place in the Knicks rotation for the rest of the season.

But not every player will be able to say that.  Let’s take a look at 3 possible rotations the Knicks will run with the addition of Reddish.

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