Ohm Youngmisuk of ESPN reports some in the Knicks front office have shown interest in veteran point guards Jarrett Jack and Archie Goodwin.
The Knicks aren’t done seeking help at the point guard spot. According to Ohm Youngmisuk of ESPN, some members of the team’s front office are interested in veteran point guards Jarrett Jack and Archie Goodwin.
Both guys played for the Nets. Jack for the 2014-15 and 2015-16 seasons and Goodwin for 12 games last year. The most significant part about Goodwin, as Youngmisuk points out, is that he played for Hornacek in Phoenix.
The team has Frank Ntilikina, Ramon Sessions, and Ron Baker all under contract for 2017-18 but they’re still seeking to add depth to the rotation. ESPN’s Bobby Marks reports that New York has 19 players on their roster with 14 under guaranteed contracts.
Both Goodwin and Jack would likely be subject to the same type of partially guaranteed type deals New York handed out to their undrafted rookies. Right now, this is all speculation of course but it makes sense for the Knicks to try out another point guard in training camp.