Although it’s not a powerhouse lottery, the Knicks feel that there are good players to choose from with the Clippers. According with the New York Post, the Knicks have a share of young resources – and money – to be exchanged to deceive Alabama’s fast tip guard Kira Lewis. In these uncertain times, teams may be willing to bargain if a team is willing to shell out money. Villanova’s Saddiq Bey, which won the Julius Erving Award for best NCAA striker, would be a real bargain if it fell in the mid-1920s. The Knicks also have French point guard Theo Maledon on the radar. Some NBA scouts believe it isn’t much worse than choosing the Killian Hayes lottery. Vanderbilt’s sharpshooter Aaron Nesmith may not reach 27. The most likely prospect of a fall is Florida State’s 6-foot, 6-foot guard Devin Vassell.