Knicks PG Trey Burke was the latest NBA player to make a surprise trip to Harlem's famous Dyckman Park for a pickup game.
NBA stars like Kevin Durant and Terry Rozier have made Dyckman appearances this summer, and Burke took his shot on the court Friday night. WIth the crowd cheering him on, the Knicks' point guard dropped 35 points for his team, showcasing his speed and craftiness to the lane.
Credit: NJ Hoop Recruit
Burke will have his work cut out for him in training camp this season, with a log jam at the point guard position. He put up good numbers in 36 games for New York last season, averaging 12.8 points, 4.7 assists, and 2.0 rebounds per game.
His competition with be Frank Ntilikina and Emmanuel Mudiay this season, but if Burke can show what he did at Dyckman in training camp, new head coach David Fizdale could give him the start on Opening Night.