Tim Hardaway Jr. or Langston Galloway: Who Is Better New York Knicks Prospect?

March 17th, 2015 by John Dorn Leave a reply »

When discussing the 2015-16 New York Knicks—a team that's supposed to boost back into the playoff conversation after a two-year hiatus—there simply won't be much to talk about until after this season.

The team only has five players under contract for next season, and team president Phil Jackson may be inclined to let all nine other players walk away on July 1. 

But for the first time in years, the team has more than one young prospect to potentially slot into future plans.

Tim Hardaway Jr. has struggled in his sophomore campaign after opening eyes in year one, and undrafted rookie Langston Galloway, who burst onto the scene in January after a D-League call-up, has been rewarded with partially guaranteed money next season. 

The pair of 23-year-olds have each given the Knicks a good look at their skill sets, and though it's difficult to gauge on such a horrible team, their play to this point raises an interesting yet simple debate: Which one is better?


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