Going into the scariest options available, Rozier played quietly on a struggling Charlotte team. He’s setting new career highs across the board: 24.3 points, seven assists per game on 52.6 percent two-point shooting.
He is also a 37.2% three-point shooter over the last seven seasons and has undoubtedly been a starter. Having that kind of impact off the bench for New York would be huge.
New York may have to pass up a real draft draft pick here, with several years left on his deal and multiple teams likely lining up for his services. However, it could be worth it if he is ready to accept a bench role in pursuit of a championship.