The Knicks are scheduled to work out Duke forward Justise Winslow on Monday, and they will take a look at point guard Emmanuel Mudiay on Tuesday, according to a league source.
The Knicks own the No. 4 pick in the June 25 draft and are considering all options, including trading back. But Mudiay and Winslow are players considered to be in the range where the Knicks are selecting.
Winslow is a versatile swingman who helped the Blue Devils win the national title as a freshman. The 6-foot-5 Mudiay, who played in China, is one of the top two point guards in this draft. The other is Ohio State's D'Angelo Russell.
The Minnesota Timberwolves, Los Angeles Lakers and Philadelphia 76ers have the first three picks in the draft. Kentucky big man Karl-Anthony Towns, Duke center Jahlil Okafor, Russell and Mudiay are projected to be the top four picks.
Kentucky center Willie Cauley-Stein reportedly will work out for the Knicks on June 16. They need a defensive-minded center, but he's expected to go lower than fourth. The Knicks could try to deal down for Cauley-Stein.