Tyus Jones, Point Guard, Washington Wizards
Despite the Washington Wizards disaster of a season the one player that's succeeded in a bad situation is Tyus Jones. The Point guard wouldn't be a massive move but, he'd bring the Knicks a player that can lead the second unit and help the group become more consistent scoring-wise. Jones is scoring 12.3 points per game with 6.3 assists per game and 2.9 rebounds per game while shooting 40% from three. Defensively Jones wouldn't be a drop-off either as the guard averages 1.2 steals per game.
The departure of Immanuel Quickley has hurt the Knicks' second second-unit scoring-wise with the group becoming inconsistent. Adding Jones would give the Knicks some insurance in case Jalen Brunson suffered an injury while also giving the Knicks another ball-handling guard they can use in the postseason. For a long time the Knicks struggled to find quality point guards and adding Jones would continue making the position a strength for the Knicks.