With only $1.4 million left in the Knicks salary cap and them needing a shooting guard, why not go after the 10th overall pick from the 2011 NBA Draft from Glen Falls, New York, Jimmer Fredette -- whose still a free agent.
Hey, maybe Phil Jackson and Derek Fisher can bring something out of Fredette. He can fit the triangle offense.
In Fredette's senior year in BYU, he was scoring 28-points per game. At 26-years-old, Fredette's still young enough to find that touch he had in college. Let's see if he can work in this system that matches his game. Might turn into J.J Redick.
In 2014, Fredette scored 24-points against the Knicks in Madison Square Garden. Could it be the bright lights where Fredette shines brightest?
With $1.4 million left in the Knicks bank, would that be enough for the Upstate New York native...
I'd take a flyer on Jimmer Fredette.