New York Knicks To Pick Eighth In 2017 NBA Draft
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The New York Knicks will pick eighth in the 2017 NBA Draft after another disappointment at the draft lottery.

Even Walt Frazier couldn’t save the New York Knicks. The franchise will pick eighth in the 2017 NBA Draft, a spot lower than expected.

After a tumultuous NBA season, they hoped having the legendary former player at the lottery would bring them luck.

While the Knicks are now almost certainly going to miss out on prospects Markelle Fultz, Josh Jackson, and Lonzo Ball, they will have options at eight.

With the eighth pick, the Knicks will be in the running for at least one young guard. Some of these guards include De’Aaron Fox, Frank Ntilikina, Dennis Smith, and possibly Malik Monk.

Forwards Jayson Tatum, Jonathon Isaac, and Lauri Markkanen could also be in the mix for New York at seven.

For the Knicks, this is yet another blow in yet another tumultuous season for New York.

The Knicks finished the 2016-17 NBA season with a record of 31-51, third worst in the East and tied for the seventh-worst record in the NBA.

Charles is a sophomore at Pennsylvania State University from Long Island, New York, majoring in broadcast journalism. As a member of Penn State's CommRadio, the official radio station of the College of Communications, Charles has written various articles covering Penn State football and basketball. In addition to writing, Charles also co-hosts Empire State College, the only New York sports talkshow on campus.