MARC BERMAN – New York Post

David Lee and Nate Robinson, it may be time to pack your bags.

With Stephen Curry off the board, taken at No. 7 by Golden State, the Knicks added to their power-forward stable by selecting athletic 6-foot-10 Arizona stud Jordan Hill — a player coach Mike D’Antoni compared with Amare Stoudemire — with the eighth pick.KNICKS BLOG

Hill’s arrival allows the Knicks flexibility in deciding whether to re-sign Lee or use him in a sign-and-trade when he becomes a free agent on July 1. Lee’s future became even more clouded because the Knicks finalized their trade with Memphis, obtaining 7-foot center Darko Milicic for Quentin Richardson and cash.

Robinson’s Knicks future also is in major jeopardy when the Knicks drafted his likely replacement with the 29th pick that team president Donnie Walsh purchased from the Lakers for $3 million. Walsh selected scoring combo guard Toney Douglas (21 points per game), a 6-foot-1 Florida State senior who was the ACC Defensive Player of the Year.

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