Leon Rose and the New York Knicks been making an effort in rounding out front office roles. Thorough scouting seems to be what Leon Rose has been aiming for. Therefore, it’s important to keep an eye on what happens with the top performers for the Westchester Knicks and also what happens during the upcoming draft on October 15th at the Barclays Center in Brooklyn, New York. One legit question is whether or not the New York Knicks already have their backup point/guard in former Mississippi State, and current Westchester Knick three-point sharpshooting, sweet lefty stroke, 6’0″ point-guard Lamar Peters.
Peters showed flashes in Westchester which reminds one of a young Fred Van Vleet. Lamar Peters is now able to stroke the three-point shot with the best of them according to the eye-test. Shooting is definitely a translatable skill whether it’s from college or from the G-League. The New York Knicks could definitely use a sharpshooting guard off the bench to stretch the floor and free up the bigs to roll to the basket in some situations. Kenny Wooten, Lamar Peters, and Ignas Brazdeikis have been performing really well for Westchester.
Lamar Peters often finds Kenny Wooten for monstrous drunks. Sky is definitely the limit for Lamar Peters. As long as Peters keeps improving upon his crazy shooting.
Lamar Peters and Mitchell Robinson are familiar with each other due to New Orleans, Louisiana. The talent is clearly there however he needs real NBA runs just to catch up to the speed of the game.
Overall, the importance of Peters is crucial to development. The sharp lefty shooter played his way onto the hearts of some diehard Knick fans.