The Knicks have reshaped their roster over the last year and change, saying goodbye to some familiar faces (some beloved, some not) in the process. We'll take a look at how some of those former Knicks are performing with their new teams as the 2019-20 NBA season is underway...
Kristaps Porzingis, Dallas Mavericks
The No. 4 pick in the 2015 NBA Draft has seen his Mavericks career get off to a strong start. The Latvia native has averaged 22.3 points, 7.8 rebounds, and 3.3 assists in four games. His best game of the the early season came on Sunday against Portland, when Porzingis scored 32 points, grabbed nine rebounds, and added five assists.
He did have an off night his last time out though, scoring just 10 points on 4-of-14 shooting against the Nuggets on Tuesday.
Courtney Lee, Dallas Mavericks
Lee has only played sparingly for the Mavs over their first four games. In 21 combined minutes, he's scored just six points, and he hasn't played in either of the Mavs' two games so far this week.
Tim Hardaway Jr., Dallas Mavericks
Coming off of the Mavericks bench, Hardaway has seen at least 20 minutes of playing time in all four games this season. The former Knicks guard is averaging 9.3 points per game, but he had his best game of the early going on Tuesday, scoring 14 points on 5-of-8 shooting, including an impressive 4-for-6 from beyond the three-point line.
Danilo Gallinari, Oklahoma City Thunder
Gallinari has gotten off to a hot start personally, but the Thunder have stumbled out of the games to a 1-4 record. The former Knicks forward is averaging 18.4 points per game while shooting 39.4 percent from three-point range in five games. He's scored at least 15 points in every game this season, reaching a season-best 21 points on two occasions.
Emmanuel Mudiay, Utah Jazz
Mudiay is averaging 9.6 points and 3.8 assists per game off of the Jazz bench this season. The seventh overall pick from the 2015 draft, Mudiay had eight points and five assist for the Jazz in their last game, a 110-96 win over the Clippers.
DeAndre Jordan, Brooklyn Nets
Jordan has started two of the Nets' four games this season, but he's averaging just over 20 minutes of playing time per game for Brooklyn, with Jarrett Allen as the team's starting center for the first two games. Jordan has gotten the starting nod the last two times out though, and he's been extremely active on the glass for the Nets, grabbing 29 total rebounds in those two games.
Mario Hezonja, Portland Trail Blazers
Hezonja has not been much of a factor for Blazers in their first four games. Coming off of the bench, Hezonja has averaged 4.2 points and 5.4 rebounds in 20 minutes of floor time, on average. The former lottery pick of the Magic chipped in eight points on Monday, when the Blazers fell to the Spurs 113-110.
Kyle O'Quinn, Philadelphia 76ers
O'Quinn has seen very limited playing time early on for a very deep Sixers team that is yet to lose a game. He played 14 minutes in the team's win over the Pistons, but only saw so much time because Joel Embiid was out with an injury. Overall, O'Quinn is chipping in 5.5 points and 4.6 rebounds a game for Philadelphia.
Noah Vonleh, Minnesota Timberwolves
The former lottery pick of the Hornets has not had much of a role with the Wolves this season, averaging 4.8 points and 3.5 rebounds off the bench in Minnesota.