NBA: Karl Towns Sr. Wants the Knicks to Draft His Son So They Can Be Good Again

The New York Knicks finished with the second-worst record record in the NBA this season, which leaves them with a 19.9 percent chance of earning the top overall pick in the upcoming NBA Draft.  Jahlil Okafor from Duke and Karl Anthony-Towns from Kentucky are the the two names mostly being discussed.  Karl Anthony-Towns Sr. wants the Knicks to draft his son and has a great reason.


Here’s What Phil Jackson Said About Trading The Knicks 1st Round Pick

As Phil Jackson gave his end of the year “Zen Address” to the media today, he spoke about the high possibility of the Knicks trading away their first round draft choice if they fell to the 5th pick. He also added how the Knicks are not likely to contend for a championship next year, but hopes to earn a playoff birth. (Sigh)


NBA Report: Knicks Might Not Draft Karl-Anthony Towns Because His Butt Isn’t Big Enough

Charley Rosen, Phil Jackson’s confidant and his former longtime Albany Patroons assistant coach, believes center has to be the Knicks’ No. 1 priority in the offseason. Rosen, a triangle offense savant, believes Kentucky’s Karl-Anthony Towns, who has growing momentum as the No. 1 overall pick, isn’t the answer as the low-post threat needed in the triangle, but free-agent-to-be center Greg Monroe of Detroit would be a great Jackson pickup.


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