Knicks' options at No. 8 overall in NBA Draft

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Al Iannazzone breaks down a few potential options that could be available to the Knicks with the No. 8 pick in the 2017 NBA Draft.

Malik Monk, Kentucky

Kentucky freshman is more of a scorer than
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Kentucky freshman is more of a scorer than a point guard, but he's versatile, can play both guard positions and defends. But he may be gone.

Frank Ntilikina, France

The Knicks have done well picking overseas recently
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The Knicks have done well picking overseas recently with Kristaps Porzingis and Willy Hernangomez and could go that way again with this young French point guard.

Dennis Smith, N.C. State

N.C. State point guard can attack the basket
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N.C. State point guard can attack the basket and set up his teammates, but there are questions and concerns after an up-and-down freshman season.

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Jonathan Isaac, Florida State

6-foot-11 freshman is long and lean with a
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6-foot-11 freshman is long and lean with a good handle and perimeter skills that could allow him to play both forward positions.

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