Knicks Rumors: Where Does Karl-Anthony Towns Fit In New York?

Towns is taking a lot of criticism for his inconsistent performance against the Dallas Mavericks in the Western Conference Finals. The four-time All-Star shot just 24.2 percent from long range in the series.

Towns also scored 16 or fewer points in the first three games of the Western Conference Finals. The big man managed to do more in the last two games losing 28 and 25 points respectively.

How would Towns fit into the Villanova Knicks core? In theory, New York would have more of a defensive big man to play alongside Towns in Isaiah Hartenstein or Mitchell Robinson. The basketball idea could work, but it remains to be seen whether New York will be willing to accept Towns’ lucrative contract.

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