The Knicks would go for Anthony Davis if they take Zion

According to Shams Charania (The Athletic), the franchise plans to use Zion Williamson, provided he finishes in New York, in an exchange for 'La Ceja'.


Little hours are left until the draw of the draft lottery occurs (early Wednesday at 02:30 am), which will assign the order of election by each of the teams in the next drawing of the university players. The truth is that casi media NBA (up to 14 franchises) has his eyes on the possibilities that exist to take the No. 1 draft: a position for the opponent, clearly and above the rest of contenders, Zion Williamson.

Of all those franchises, New York Knicks, Phoenix Suns and Cleveland Cavaliers are the most likely to win the most coveted NCAA piece (14% each). Some of them are getting ahead of the draft lottery and are already studying all the options that can be given and what to do later. That also implies thinking about how to use Zion, if this player ends up calling on the team in question.

At that point are the Knicks, who would seriously consider exchanging to the university star, if they end up doing it with her , by Anthony Davis, as stated by Shams Charania in Stadium. In that exchange with the New Orleans Pelicans would also include rookie Kevin Knox, ninth last year's election for the Big Apple franchise.

The Knicks have made clear their intentions during this course after sending his star Kristaps Porzingis to Dallas, thus leaving salary space for the next season for two big stars. The names that have sounded in recent months to occupy those places have been Kevin Durant and Kyrie Irving, but now you could join that list 'The Eyebrow', which has closed its stage ahead of time and with more bitterness of the one expected in Louisiana. With this decision it is also clear that in New York would not be willing to wait for Zion Williamson to develop his full potential and the time it would entail. A decision that they might regret in the remote future, as long as this previous carousel is fulfilled.



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