Who Did The Knicks Draft? 2021 NBA Draft Picks and Selections for New York Knicks
The 2021 NBA Draft is here, and it promises to be an exciting one. The full list of NBA Draft picks for rounds one and two showcases several teams owning multiple highly-coveted picks.
One of those teams includes the New York Knicks.
Who Did The Knicks Draft?
The Knicks had four picks in the 2021 NBA Draft. That includes a pair of first-round picks at No. 19 and No. 21, as well as No. 32 and No. 58 in the second round.
With the No. 19 pick, New York selected forward Kai Jones from the Texas Longhorns. They traded this pick to the Charlotte Hornets for a future selection.
The Knicks traded their No. 21 pick, guard Keon Johnson from Tennessee Volunteers to the Los Angeles Clippers for No. 25 pick, guard Quentin Grimes from Houston.
In the second round, the Knicks took forward Jeremiah Robinson-Earl from the Villanova Wildcats at No. 32 overall. They traded this pick to the Oklahoma City Thunder for a pair of second-round picks, No. 34 and 36 in the 2021 NBA Draft.
At No. 34, the Knicks took guard Rokas Jokubaitis from Lithuania. At No. 36, they drafted guard Miles McBride from the West Virginia Mountaineers. At No. 58, the Knicks selected forward Jericho Sims from the Texas Longhorns.
Knicks 2021 Draft Picks
- Quentin Grimes, Guard, Houston Cougars (No. 25 - trade with Clippers at No. 21)
- Rokas Jokubaitis, Guard, Lituania (No. 34)
- Miles McBride, Guard, West Virginia Mountaineers (No. 36)
- Jericho Sims, Forward, Texas Longhorns (No. 58)
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