Arturas Karnisovas woke up at dawn with Sirius by The Alan Parsons Project blasting in his home.
As he weightlessly rose from his bed, already wearing the cleanest suit this side of the Mississippi, he began to walk to the kitchen. He cracked four raw eggs into a blender with a box of nails. After blending for approximately 20 seconds, he chugged it. Not a wince.
Karnisovas then did 18 reps of 18 pull-ups while Benny the Bull provided blow after blow to his torso. Once finished, the front-office leader grabbed his Space Jam lunchbox and walked toward the door. Before embracing the rat race, he elegantly slid on his shades and turned to the camera: “It’s Draft Day, [expletive]”
Well, at least that’s how I like to imagine it went down.
Decisions will be made tonight 👔
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Also: in yesterday’s column, I noted that it felt more likely the Knicks would re-sign Mitchell Robinson than select a big. Based on what I’ve heard since then, I’m going to slightly change my stance on that: I actually think it’s possible New York could keep Robinson and still draft a center anyway, in the interest of creating depth at the position moving forward. Whether or not that’s actually a good idea is entirely fair to ask, but I wouldn’t rule out Jalen Duren if he’s here on the board at No. 11.
It don’t hurt to be a good person
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Elias Schuster is the Lead Bulls Writer at Bleacher Nation. You can follow him on Twitter @Schuster_Elias.
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