New York Knicks: Best and worst moves from 2023 NBA offseason

New York Knicks Josh Hart (Wendell Cruz-USA TODAY Sports)
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Donte DiVincenzo
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Best offseason moves made by New York Knicks

With the clear need to address their wing depth, the New York Knicks did a good job in doing so. New York is in a fairly good spot in terms of depth at the position largely due to the moves made during the summer.

Re-signing Josh Hart 

Even though it didn’t come right away, the Knicks and Josh Hart eventually agreed to a contract extension. It was very much needed and a deal that made sense for both sides. With how well Hart played for the Knicks after he was acquired at the trade deadline, he was a player that the team couldn’t afford to lose. It’ll be interesting to see how Hart looks for the Knicks over the stretch of an entire season.

Trading Donte DiVincenzo 

With how inconsistent the Knicks’ supporting cast was in the playoffs, it was clear that they needed to make another addition to the bench. New York accomplished that with the signing of Donte DiVincenzo, who was an underrated contributor last season for the Golden State Warriors.

DiVincenzo should help the Knicks’ bench and solidify any questions the team has on the wing behind RJ Barret and Quentin Grimes. The Hart-DiVincenzo bench duo could be lethal for the Knicks this season.