New York Notes: King, Draft, Bullock, Nets, Knicks

With the Draft taking place tonight at Brooklyn’s Barclays Center, let’s look at the latest Draft news out of New York City..

  • Knicks guard Chris Copeland won’t just be a hot commodity for NBA clubs this summer, he’ll also get some big money offers overseas, tweets Jared Zwerling of
  • With an established roster led by Deron Williams, Brook Lopez, and Joe Johnson, the Nets are looking for a role player in the draft, writes Andy Vasquez of the Bergen Record.  General Manager Billy King says that he’s hoping to add shooting and athleticism to the roster.  He also openly discussed the possibility of purchasing a pick with the maximum $3MM of cash considerations that are allowed under CBA rules.
  • King could be wheeling and dealing tonight, writes Roderick Boone of Newsday.  In addition to having $3MM at their disposal to buy another pick, the Nets may also dangle MarShon Brooks, as we’ve heard discussed over the last week.
  • Knicks guard Ray Felton is a big fan of UNC guard Reggie Bullock, writes Zwerling.  Whether the Tarheel is in the mix for New York remains to be seen.
  • Marc Berman of the New York Post looked back at the Knicks‘ first round picks over the last ten years.  Many of the notable players on the list such as Danilo Gallinari and David Lee are no longer in orange-and-blue.
  • The Nets are close to bringing Eric Hughes aboard as an assistant coach to Jason Kidd, sources tell Stefan Bondy of the New York Daily News.  Hughes worked as an assistant at Cal when Kidd played there.
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