NBA Draft: Killian Tillie can give the Knicks an offensive boost

There are many gaps in the Knicks. New York has to improve in many aspects, even in the three-shot. The Knicks are the worst team in the NBA when it comes to three-point shots. The addition of a shooting center could not solve the problem, but it would do much to add an element that currently lacks offense.

Killian Tillie, the extraordinary protagonist of Gonzaga Bulldogs, has the game as the perfect complement to Mitchell Robinson. While Robinson thrives as an offensive defender and rebounder, Tillie can be a great floor spacer that also provides value by passing out of first place.

Tillie averaged 22.1 points, 3.0 assists and 2.4 field goals from three points every 40 minutes in 2019-2020 and could provide similar value – not production – to the Knicks.

Having a shooter chosen to drop the bench would give a significant boost to the Knicks’ offense