One popular name associated with the Knicks this offseason has been veteran guard Seth Curry, who is heading into unrestricted free agency after a season-and-a-half stint with club rival, the Brooklyn Nets.
Although New York technically ranked fourth in scoring efficiency with a scoring rate of 117 points per 100 possessions in 2022-23, their shooting production has been less than threatening as they finished 19 in percentage by 3 points and 20 in overall field goal percentage. During the postseason, those numbers only managed to get worse as they grossed the worst at 29.2% of their playoff attempts from deep and the third worst at 43.3% from the field.
It is because of these menial factors that a guy like Curry has been a much-talked-about option for Leon Rose to consider for the hunt.
If the Knicks were determined to up their shooting game, there’s an argument to be made that a player like Seth Curry could be their best option.