3. Anthony Tolliver, PF, 33
Stretch four extraordinaire Anthony Tolliver has already been linked to the Knicks. According to The New York Post‘s Marc Berman, Scott Perry had a phone conversation with Tolliver on Saturday night.
Tolliver is a league average player who makes the deep ball at an elite rate. He’s a 37.6 percent career shooter from three-point range but made an even more impressive 43.6 percent from downtown in 2017-18.
He’ll give Knicks fans some games like this one when Tolliver dropped a season-high seven threes in a game against the Sixers this past March.
Much like Johnson, Tolliver has been around the block. In fact, even more so than Johnson because he has played for nine different teams in 10 seasons.
The former Sacramento King is about as unremarkable a free agent as they will find on the market, but he fits New York’s criteria. Tolliver’s a veteran who’ll sign a one-year deal, and he can even do some spot starting duty until KP returns from injury.