There are plenty of expectations for the BYU star, who was the college Player of the Year this past season. And one of them is that he won't be available for the Knicks , who have the 17th overall pick in the NBA draft. But according to a person with knowledge of the situation, the Knicks are looking for a deal that will help them move up in the draft to land the sharpshooter from upstate Glens Falls. The issue, of course, is the team's lack of assets to offer in a trade, which, right now, would be to offer either Toney Douglas or Landry Fields along with their pick.Alan Hahn Tradin' up for Jimmer, eh? Saucy. Not sure I like that price. In fact, I'm pretty sure I don't. Well, not "sure", but...I don't know. The draft is terrifying.