|Team Ranking||PTS/G||OPP PTS/G|
|Atlantic Division||98.4 (4th)||101.1 (2nd)|
Wed Mar 23
|W 115 - 107||at CHI|
Thu Mar 24
|W 106 - 94||CHI|
Sat Mar 26
|L 107 - 93||CLE|
Mon Mar 28
|L 99 - 91||at NO|
Wed Mar 30
|L 91 - 89||at DAL|
Fri Apr 1
|W 105 - 91||BKN|
Sun Apr 3
|L 92 - 87||IND|
Wed Apr 6
|L 111 - 97||CHA|
Fri Apr 8
|W 109 - 102||at PHI|
Sun Apr 10
|L 93 - 89||TOR|
Tue Apr 12
|L 102 - 90||at IND|
Baker signed a partially guaranteed one-year deal with the Knicks Thursday, Adrian Wojnarowski of The Vertical reports.
The 23-year-old out of Wichita State boasts solid size for the shooting guard position at 6-foot-4 with a 6-foot-9 wingspan and had a productive four-year college career. Primarily, Baker is an outside shooter, but his solid frame allowed him to excel on the defensive side of the ball as well. He has struggled to create his own shot over the course of his career, however, possibly limiting his potential as an NBA shooting guard.
Harris will play summer league for the KnicksChris Haynes of Cleveland.com reports.
Harris is the all-time leading scorer in Fresno State basketball history, capping off a terrific four-year career averaging 20.7 points, 4.7 rebounds, 4.5 assists and 2.2 steals per game in 2015-16. He did, however, struggle with efficiency, shooting just 40 percent from the field overall and 33 percent from behind the arc in his senior season. He'll play with New York in the summer before the team ultimately has to make the decision to invite him to training camp or not.
Anthony has committed to playing for Team USA during the 2016 Summer Olympics in Rio de Janeiro, Adrian Wojnarowski of TheVertical.com reports.
Anthony is chasing his third gold medal for Team USA when he heads to Rio this summer, although the team surrounding him this summer may look vastly different than in years past. Several players have been withdrawing their names from an Olympic bid because of growing health concerns while others are opting to stay home to rehab nagging injuries suffered during the NBA season. Anthony will inherit a leadership role on the team, with veterans like Dwyane Wade, Chris Paul, James Harden, Russell Westbrook, and Stephen Curry all withdrawing their names from consideration.
With international basketball privileging smooth shooting and placing a lesser emphasis on raw athleticism, Anthony's game translates better to the Olympics than most of his American teammates. That's been quite evident the last two Games, as Anthony has feasted on the shorter three-point line and has played a pivotal role in leading the United States to the gold medal each time out. Now 32 years old, Anthony may take on a lesser role as one of the team's elder statesmen in what might be his fourth and final Olympics.
Wroten played in just eight games with the Sixers last season while coming back from a torn ACL, but was eventually cut and picked up by the Knicks in March. The Knicks brought him in for some rehab with the expectation that he could be a future asset once healthy, but Wednesday's acquisitions of Derrick Rose and Justin Holiday made the 23-year-old expendable. Wroten plans to participate in the summer league to show potential suitors that he's back to full health following the ACL tear, and if he looks good during those exhibitions, a team could bring him in to serve as a backup at point guard.
|2015-16 Team Leaders|
|PPG||Carmelo Anthony , SF||21.8|
|RPG||Carmelo Anthony , SF||7.7|
|APG||Carmelo Anthony , SF||4.2|
|FG%||Robin Lopez , C||53.9|
|FT%||Kristaps Porzingis , PF||83.8|
|3P%||Jose Calderon , PG||41.4|
|BLOCKS||Kristaps Porzingis , PF||134|
|STEALS||Langston Galloway , SG||77|
|MPG||Carmelo Anthony , SF||35.1|
|Full Team Statistics|
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