As the Knicks continue to scout out prospects leading up to Thursday night’s NBA Draft, one of the team’s already present young talents has been showing off some different talents as a summer intern. Forward Derrick Brown, whom the team acquired off waivers from the Bobcats towards the end of the season, has been spending his offseason in New York City as an intern for Warner Bros. Records.
Brown, who the Knicks’ acknowledged as a bit of a project, has a love for music and majored in marketing at Xavier University.
Still only 23 years old, Brown excited Knicks fans with his high-flying ability on the court. Aside from averaging 3.8 points, he had his best game of the season in the team’s final regular season game against the Celtics, scoring 7 points, grabbing 7 rebounds, and swiping 3 steals in 22 minutes of action.