March 23, 2018, 10:56 pmTrey BurkePG, New York Knicks
Trey Burke grabbed the lion’s share of minutes in Friday night’s loss, shooting 6-of-11 for 15 points while adding nine assists, two steals and a 3-pointer against the visiting Wolves.
Starter Emmanuel Mudiay only played five minutes as the Knicks liked what they got from Burke and Frank Ntilikina in the backcourt. Both are already more appealing plays than Mudiay but perhaps this will spur a change on the depth chart. Burke should probably be owned in competitive leagues at this point, even if his shooting this season is screaming for some regression.