As the Knicks continue to tank, they take the second-worst record in the NBA (12-48) into Tuesday night's home game against the Magic. Should they finish in the bottom three in the league, they'll have a 14 percent chance at the No. 1 pick in this summer's NBA Draft.
But which players should the Knicks target? There's a shakeup in the top five of the latest Knicks Draft Watch with Ja Morant on the rise and RJ Barrett sliding.