In his Knicks debut this season, former Warriors guard Donte DiVincenzo often played above his position on the depth chart. Now with the Knicks, DiVincenzo can afford the luxury of a more organized structure, especially at the shooting guard position.
It won’t be far-fetched to predict that DiVincenzo will have the best season of his career with the Knicks. Shooting a career-best 39% from beyond the arc on five attempts per game last season, DiVincenzo demonstrated a versatility found in many and few in the tumultuous season the Warriors experienced last year.
Golden State Warriors All-Star Stephen Curry told Donte before the season, “We know you can play,” according to Anthony Slater of The Athletic. “You know you can play. I just have to show everyone for a year that you can play.
Now, an even bigger opportunity awaits DiVincenzo after playing 72 games and starting 36 last season.