The Knicks head into their last game of the Las Vegas Summer League tonight against the Lakers at 8:30 p.m. -- their final game before heading into tournament play.
The Knicks won their first game, 91-89, over the Hawks before losing to the Jazz, 90-85, on Sunday.
Kevin Knox was the leading scorer for the Knicks in both games, with 22 and 19 points respectively.
The three stars for the Knicks so far have been Knox, Frank Ntilikina, and Mitchell Robinson. Knox has not only been scoring but throwing down vicious dunks as well. He has averaged 20.5 points through two games which is outstanding considering he has shot 37 percent from the field.
Ntilikina looks to improve heading into his second season. He has been averaging 11 points and 5.5 assists so far and had a far better second game than his first. In the first game against the Hawks, Ntilikina scored 5 points and followed that up with 17 points versus the Jazz.
The Louisiana native Mitchell Robinson has looked superb through the first two games considering this is the first organized basketball since the McDonalds All-American game over a year ago.
The 5-star prospect committed to Western Kentucky but was ruled ineligible by the NCAA. Robinson has averaged 10.5 points, 9.5 rebounds, and 3.0 blocks. At 7 feet tall, the 20 year old looks to become a perennial shot blocker. Teammate Kevin Knox added that, "He's swatting at everything. He's going to contest every shot. That's what you need in the league."