Here’s what Knicks fans need to know about the 2022 NBA Draft

We’ve made it. It’s Thursday, June 23. The newest New York Knicks will be revealed tonight at the 2022 NBA Draft. The mock drafts and rumors that you’ve been reading non-stop will all boil down to what happens later today. Will New York stay at No. 11? Or trade up into the top five for Jaden Ivey?

In less than 12 hours, we’ll know. But before we get to that point, it’s time to fill you in on all that you need to know about the draft as Knicks fans.

When is the 2022 NBA Draft?

The 2022 NBA Draft is tonight (Thursday) and it will take place at the Barclays Center in Brooklyn.

What channel is the 2022 NBA Draft on?

Coverage of the 2022 NBA Draft will begin at 7:30 pm ET on ESPN.

Is there a 2022 NBA Draft live stream?

The 2022 NBA Draft can be streamed via fuboTV. If you don’t have a subscription, there’s a 7-day free trial option.

What picks do the New York Knicks have in the 2022 NBA Draft?

The Knicks have the No. 11 pick in the first round and the No. 42 pick in the second round. There’s been talk about New York trading up into the top five, but if that were to happen, it’d likely be in the final minutes.

What is the top 14 2022 NBA Draft order?

  • 1: Orlando Magic
  • 2: Oklahoma City Thunder
  • 3: Houston Rockets
  • 4: Sacramento Kings
  • 5: Detroit Pistons
  • 6: Indiana Pacers
  • 7: Portland Trail Blazers
  • 8: New Orleans Pelicans
  • 9: San Antonio Spurs
  • 10: Washington Wizards
  • 11: New York Knicks
  • 12: Oklahoma City Thunder
  • 13: Charlotte Hornets
  • 14: Cleveland Cavaliers

Which 2022 NBA Draft prospects could the New York Knicks select at No. 11?

Which prospects have been recently mocked to the New York Knicks at No. 11?

  • ESPN: Jalen Duren
  • The Ringer: Jalen Duren
  • The Athletic: Johnny Davis
  • CBS Sports: TyTy Washington Jr.
  • Sports Illustrated: AJ Griffin

What’s one bold prediction for the 2022 NBA Draft?

It isn’t very bold at this point considering that it’s what most Knicks fans are expecting to happen, but if New York trades up to No. 4 or No. 5 for Jaden Ivey, that’d be monumental. If that deal goes through, that means that the Knicks will have given up a good amount in return for Ivey. Only time will tell.