The Knicks finished the season in the NBA with the worst record. New York, the Phoenix Suns and the Cleveland Cavaliers — the teams which finished with the most powerful three albums from the NBA — will have a 14 per cent chance at landing on the best pick.

Ewing, a Hall of Fame center who starred for the Knicks from the 1980s and 1990s, was selected with the No. 1 overall pick by the big apple in the 1985 draft. The franchise clearly hopes that precisely is brought the sort of luck by Ewing at the draft lottery of this year.

Because it finished with the team’s worst album, no lower than fifth in June’s draft will be selected by New York.

The club expects to work with the more than $70 million in cap space and also its own lottery selection it’s going to get this summer to significantly improve a roster which finished 17-65 this season.

When Ewing, the franchise pioneer in blocks, rebounds, points and matches will lay on the dais for the club that pursuit starts at the nights the draft lottery.

In recent seasons, team president Steve Mills Knicks legend Walt Frazier and GM Scott Perry have reflected that the franchise on the nights the lottery.

Knicks head coach David Fizdale had Ewing speak to his club this season on a visit to Washington to play the Wizards.

Ewing, currently the head coach at Georgetown, said in an interview earlier this week that he is asked about the Knicks’ chances of landing Williamson and also free representative Kevin Durant“all of the time.”

Williamson, who on Friday won the John R. Wooden Award as college basketball’s most effective player, declined to state whether he would combine Duke team-mates RJ Barrett along with Cam Reddish in declaring for the draft, drawing laughter from the crowd when he said,”Umm, that knows?”

Ewing’s Knicks career stopped awkwardly.

Because the club declined to extend his contract he reportedly requested a trade. The trade, which sent Ewing in his 16th season to Seattle, saddled the Knicks to players with all talent that was middling. Additionally, it started a rocky time for the club. New York has won just 1 playoff series since Ewing, an all-star, was traded.