Rookie Immanuel Quickley emerges as Knicks' best point guard in preseason

NEW YORK — Searching for a point guard. The Knicks have been plagued by this problem for years, with the revolving door of ballhandlers alternating in failure. While there’s still no clear solution for coach Tom Thibodeau, rookie Immanuel Quickley earned Friday’s label of “best hope.” The Kentucky product logged his first start Friday and hit all the notes, scoring 22 points with five assists and five steals in the Knicks’ 119-83 domination over Cleveland in the preseason finale. With Quickley running the offense for his 29 minutes of playing time, the Knicks outscored Cleveland by 41 points. …

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