The NBA Draft Lottery was held Tuesday evening, where it was determined the New York Knicks' would select overall. The Knicks were represented by general manager Steve Mills and had a 19.9% chance at winning the first pick in the draft, the second highest in the draft.
The last time the Knicks had the fourth overall selection was back in 1978 when they selected Montana point guard Michael Ray Richardson.
Knicks fans have been salivating over a top-two pick since the franchise wrapped up its worst season in recent memory. The team had hopes of cementing it's post play with Kentucky's Karl-Anthony Towns or Duke's Jahlil Okafor. It's almost a certainty that both will be gone by the time the Knicks select at number four.
The best remaining players after the two post players are Ohio State's D'Angelo Russell, China's Emmanuel Mudiay, and Latvia's Kristaps Porzingis.Read more... Join the Conversation...