Frank Ntilikina plays in the summer tournament in France

Frank Ntilikina, Knicks’ guard, left the United States for his native France in late June and is taking advantage of it.

With the French League and another summer tournament called Quai54 canceled due to the COVID-19 pandemic, a new event called Amiral was organized by professional players in Paris.

Ntilikina and two other French-born NBA players are slated to participate later this week. Knicks’ 6-foot-5 point guard from Strasbourg will be joined by the Pistons Sekou Doumbouya lottery, a close friend of Ntilikina, and Adam Mokoka of the bulls. French national team players Andrew Albicy and Edwin Jackson, among the French leaguers, will also compete.

Ntilikina was featured on promotional posters for the summer championship event and sources confirmed that she plans to play.

From March to June, Ntilikina spent most of his time in Miami or New York.

With Ntilikina racing in this French summer league, he doubts whether he will return to the United States if the NBA holds a bubble minicamp in Chicago for the eight teams excluded from the Orlando restart.

The Chicago bubble would be voluntary for all players, The Post reported.

Knicks president Leon Rose is the former agent of Ntilikina and his career seems to have a new life. During her lone interview, Rose said that choosing the 2017 lottery “given the right circumstances, I think it can really thrive.” This seems to have been a blow to the poor Knicks story about player development.