The Kentucky Power Company guard, the Knicks’ potential replacement for draft target player Tyrese McSey, returned to national television on Thursday night.
ESPN2 aired a career day inspired by Paul, hosted by Maxey and potential Georgia No. 1 pick Anthony Edwards. Maxey and Edwards are both clients of super agent Paul.
Lo and bekeeper, two of his most famous clients, LeBron James and Anthony Davis, appeared in Los Angeles stadiums to watch. NBA scouts and executives are not allowed to participate in TV events that are not subject to NBA rules.
Sources said that Career Day was watched by the Knicks on TV. Paul’s other clients include Draymond Green, Tristan Thompson, Trae Young and Kentavious Caldwell-Pope.
Sources said that some agents were dissatisfied with the setup and considered it unnecessary exposure to Paul̵
The Knicks chose eighth, and the 6-foot-3 Maxey may be considered a reach for that position. Trading back teenage assets and choosing Maxey may be the ideal choice for the Knicks.
The Knicks are a loyal supporter of the Kentucky plan. Knicks President Leon Rose recently hired Kentucky assistant Kenny Payne. Senior Vice President William Wesley (William Wesley) was very well known as an acting consultant, and he was extremely strict with the plan and coach John Calipari.
Knicks general manager Scott Perry (Scott Perry) is also the cheerleader of Kentucky, as evidenced by a gambling with Kevin Knox, No. 9 in the 2018 Draft.
Maxey did a 20-minute solo exercise in a Los Angeles stadium full of shooting and dribbling exercises. His shooting skills have been questioned in Kentucky, but as the exercise shows, he has changed his release position to a higher level. At a juncture, Maxi sank five three-pointers.
“I can prove that I can consistently knock down outside shots and strike while on the move, and I can prove my state because no one sees me because of COVID-19,” Maxy said on ESPN.
One of Maxey’s characteristics is his fanatical work ethic. Maxey said that when his agent told him to go to bed, he got up at 4:50 in the morning to go to the gym. He didn’t. “I love grinding,” Maxi said.