2. PF Eric Paschall
These may not be the best players out there. However, both Arcidiacono and Eric Paschall are some of the few Villanova players from those championship teams that are still in the NBA. Unlike Arcidiacono, though, Paschall could potentially see minutes in the right situation.
Paschall wasn’t with a team in 2022-23, but he was still a solid offensive player in 2021-22 with the Jazz. The problem is that if he isn’t scoring the ball, Paschall doesn’t do much of anything else. While this could be helpful in the right situation, it’s tough to see him receiving many minutes.
In Utah, Paschall averaged 5.8 points,1.8 rebounds, and 0.6 assists per game while shooting 48.5% from the field and 37.0% from deep on 1.9 attempts. Keep in mind he played just 12.7 minutes per game. Again, he could be good in certain situations, but likely wouldn’t consistently be in the rotation.
Signing in New York would give Paschall a good opportunity to turn his career around. Not only would he be in a totally new situation, but he’d be back home with some old college friends that could help mentor him.