Player Outlook

Tim Hardaway Jr. had a decent rookie season for the Knicks two years ago, as he showed off the ability to hit shots from all over the floor, if little else. Last season the shot making largely disappeared, and with it most of his Fantasy value. He struggled with the Knicks' lack of playmakers, an issue that should be remedied with his move to the Hawks. Hardaway should be a good source of 3-point shooting, though it's hard to see him providing much else on such a deep squad, so consider him just a late-round option for category-based Fantasy formats on Draft Day.

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  • The Knicks will trade shooting guard Tim Hardaway Jr. to the Hawks in exchange for the draft rights of Notre Dame guard Jerian Grant, Yahoo Sports is reporting. Hardaway averaged 11.5 points and 2.2 rebounds per game for the Knicks last season.

  • Knicks guard Tim Hardaway Jr. left Friday's game with a wrist injury but was able to return to the court. X-rays on the injured wrist came back negative, the team announced.

  • Knicks guard Tim Hardaway Jr. plans to play through wrist issues and take part in the final six games of the season, and he said Saturday that his performance this season has fallen short of his personal expectations, ESPN New York reports. "I'm not going to sugarcoat anything. It wasn't the year I wanted to have. I know that, and I know the guys on my team know that, as well," Hardaway Jr. said after practice Saturday. Coach Derek Fisher said Saturday that he's hoping the guard improves his game in ways that don't include shooting. "People know that you can make shots from night to night when the ball's going in, but the other parts of your game you're going to have to continue to mature and develop," Fisher said. "So even with the wrist possibly still bothering him a little bit, the defense, the hustle, the rebounding as a big guard, making good decisions, those are all things that he can still do. So he should focus on those things." Fisher also called Hardaway Jr. "much more versatile" than just a shot-maker. "I think Tim is just continuing to evolve as a young man and, I think, continuing to break away from the idea that shot-making is the thing he can do to help his team. I think Tim is much more versatile," Fisher said. "I think his ballhandling is improving. I think his size gives him the chance to guard multiple players on the defensive end. Those are things that he can do every night. And I think he's making a more concerted effort to do those this year and accepted that challenge. I think he'll get better as time goes on." Hardaway Jr. has averaged 11.1 points, 2.2 rebounds and 1.7 assists per game while shooting 38.5 percent from the field.

  • Tim Hardaway Jr. will play for the Knicks in Friday's game at the Wizards, according to a report by Hardaway has missed the last nine games with a sprained wrist. The Knicks are 14.5-point underdogs on the road.

  • Knicks guard Tim Hardaway Jr. is still dealing with a sprained wrist and he is not able to shoot using his right hand, reports Newsday. Hardaway Jr. has not played since March 15 because of the wrist injury. In 63 games, he is averaging 11.3 points and 2.2 rebounds.

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3 Gary Harris SG | DEN 1


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4/07 vs TOR L 0-0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0
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2015 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0
2014 70 279 38.9 121 34.2 125 80.1 804 11.49 16.6
2013 81 294 42.8 130 36.3 106 82.8 824 10.17 13.3
3 Year Avg 76 286 40.7 126 35.4 116 81.7 814 10.71 14.7
Career 151 573 40.8 251 35.3 231 81.3 1628 10.78


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