New York Knicks It's NBA Draft day in 2022, New York Knicks supporters. New York now holds the picks No. 11 and No. 42

but if the franchise can find a way to move up into the top five to acquire Jaden Ivey, that situation

will change. The Knicks and Sacramento Kings reportedly discussed a deal involving "several first-round picks" in

a package, but it wasn't enough, according to SNY's Ian Begley. The front office will need to go further if New

York is serious about pursuing Ivey, which it appears that it is. Any transactions proposed to the Kings

are evaluated by Monte McNair, the general manager of Sacramento. The Washington Wizards are also

interested in trade up for Ivey, according to Adrian Wojnarowski of ESPN, so the Knicks will have to force out the

Wizards. Fortunately, New York has the resources. Here is a trade package that the Knicks may offer in an effort to

attract Sacramento's attention while still being reasonable: You might be asking how that is seen as logical after

looking at that. But it is, especially if you know that Obi Toppin, Julius Randle, and Immanuel Quickley aren't included