4. Seth Curry, G, 27

Well, the Knicks missed out on Steph Curry. Just kidding. There’s much more to Seth Curry’s game than how good his brother is.

Seth played point guard in Dallas so he can run an offense and we know he can play off the ball. Curry shot 42.5 percent on threes on 4.6 attempts per game in 2016-17.

After missing the entire 2017-18 season due to injury, Curry could look to sign a one-year deal to try and increase his value when more teams have cap room next summer. That’s where the Knicks come in.

Putting aside how ridiculous the expectations might be, and yes they would probably be ridiculous, it would be fun to see a Curry in New York.

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