Another day, another failed opportunity for the Knicks. Coming off one of their worst seasons in history, the Draft was one of the few things for Knick fans to look forward too. They had the 4th overall pick and even though the missed out on the first 3 are the only real sure fire (even if that) picks when it comes to the NBA Draft, it was just as important for them to get someone that would get their fans excited. And to say they didn't would be an understatement. Don't get me wrong, there is a reason why Kristaps Porzingis was drafted that high. He has talent and could by all means be the next Dirk. However, he's a 5-year project and the Knicks can't wait that long especially with Carmelo only having 2-3 star years left before he declines to being a role player. As I stated before, it's hard to find the best value pick at #4, but they needed to at least get someone to pump up their fans which they could've done by drafting Emmanuel Mudiay, Willie Caulie-Stein, or even Justise Winslow. I'm personally interested to see how Winslow does after falling all the way to the Heat at #10, which is extremely good value for them. Also, as a Pistons fan myself, I've psyched about the Stanley Johnson pick as he could be the missing link to getting us back into the Playoffs. Other interesting picks are Frank Kaminsky to the Hornets and Devin Booker to the Suns. Big Blue Nation had a night as it ties it's own record with 6 Kentucky Wildcats drafted. Shout out to John Calipari crushing the camera time all night with his grease ball hair.