• Jared Harper
    PG, New York Knicks

    First-year guard Jared Harper only managed to play in three games for the Suns (he is now with the Knicks), scoring just two points (1-of-4 FG) in eight total minutes in 2019-20.

    Safe to say, Harper was one of the least utilized players to actually make an appearance in the NBA this season. Consequentially, he was outside the top-500 players on a per game basis in both 8/9-cat (507 and 502, respectively). Harper was a popular college guard at Auburn as he helped guide the Tigers to a Final Four appearance under head coach Bruce Pearl. He was waived by the Suns prior to the league stoppage in mid-March, but it didn't become official until after the league transaction freeze was lifted a few weeks ago. The Knicks claimed Harper off the waiver wire and inked him to a two-way contract. As basketball fans have learned, anyone can earn playing time with the Knicks so it's anyone's guess whether or not Harper will be on their roster come the beginning of next season.