After a first-round upset, the NCAA Tournament run for Ja Morant and No. 12 Murray State came to an end Saturday with a 90-62 loss to No. 4 Florida State.
And with the sophomore guard projected to go very high in this year's NBA Draft, perhaps as high as No. 2 overall behind Duke's Zion Williamson, all eyes will turn to Morant's professional future.
The Knicks surely have been keen obersvers as of late, and after his impressive performances on a national stage, he's shaping up as a way more than just a consolation prize for the Knicks if they miss out on Williamson.
Williamson and R.J. Barrett still have time left with Duke, but Morant's next official game could very well be with the Knicks.