|Team Ranking||PTS/G||OPP PTS/G|
|Atlantic Division||104.3 (4th)||108.0 (3rd)|
Thu Mar 23
|L 110 - 95||at POR|
Sat Mar 25
|L 106 - 98||at SA|
Mon Mar 27
|W 109 - 95||DET|
Wed Mar 29
|L 105 - 88||MIA|
Fri Mar 31
|W 98 - 94||at MIA|
Sun Apr 2
|L 110 - 94||BOS|
Tue Apr 4
|W 100 - 91||CHI|
Thu Apr 6
|L 106 - 103||WAS|
Fri Apr 7
|L 101 - 88||at MEM|
Sun Apr 9
|L 110 - 97||TOR|
Wed Apr 12
|W 114 - 113||PHI|
Artis signed a partially guaranteed contract with the Knicks on Sunday, Ian Begley of ESPN.com reports.
Artis wasn't selected during the 2017 NBA Draft, but he'll now get a chance to fight for a spot on the regular season roster by participating in summer league and training camp with the Knicks. The 6-foot-7 forward averaged an impressive 18.2 points during his final year at Pittsburgh and his ability to knock down shots from all over the floor could give him a chance at sticking around.
Kornet signed a two-way contract Friday with the Knicks, Chris Haynes of ESPN.com reports.
Kornet is coming off a four-year stretch at Vanderbilt, and he most recently averaged 13.2 points and 6.2 rebounds per game in his final season. At 7-foot-1, Kornet has shown the ability to stretch the floor, which has tons of value in today's NBA, but it's likely that Kornet spends most of his 2017-18 season in the G League.
Hayes signed a partially guaranteed Friday with the Knicks, Ian Begley of ESPN.com reports.
Hayes ended up playing four years at Wisconsin after considering leaving school early for the NBA on multiple occasions. The 22-year-old ultimately saw his stock drop after seeing decreases in shooting efficiency over his last two seasons, but Hayes still brings a versatile skill set that allows him to excel as a passer, rebounder and defender. He'll likely be with the Knicks through summer league and training camp before the team makes a final decision regarding his status on the roster.
Dotson was one of the top 3-point shooters in the country last year and was a first-team All-Star in the AAC while playing for Houston. While he'll have to earn a spot on the roster next season, the Knicks are desperate for fresh talent and new blood so there may be hope for his NBA future.
|2016-17 Team Leaders|
|PPG||Carmelo Anthony , SF||22.4|
|RPG||Kristaps Porzingis , PF||7.2|
|APG||Derrick Rose , PG||4.4|
|FG%||Derrick Rose , PG||47.1|
|FT%||Derrick Rose , PG||87.4|
|3P%||Courtney Lee , SG||40.1|
|BLOCKS||Kristaps Porzingis , PF||129|
|STEALS||Courtney Lee , SG||81|
|MPG||Carmelo Anthony , SF||34.3|
|Full Team Statistics|