Best Value: Patrick Ewing, No. 1, 1985. There's a reason the Knicks were so thrilled when they won the first draft lottery for the right to take Ewing. New York was a 24-win team the previous season and desperately needed a franchise player to build around.
Worst Value: Frederic Weis, No. 15, 1999. Let's get one thing straight: There's no shame in being dunked on by Vince Carter. The bigger problem for New York was that Weis didn't play a game for the Knicks. They held onto the Frenchman's draft rights all the way until 2008, when they swapped them for ... Patrick Ewing Jr.(Photo: AP Photo/Ron Frehm, file)