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Tony Wroten is working with Allan Houston, dancing with Kevin Seraphin

Work hard, play hard.

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Young Tony Wroten has yet to suit up in a game for the New York Knicks, and with a non-guaranteed contract, it is not a sure thing that he ever will.  But the talented guard -- a former first-round pick who was averaging 16.9 points per game with the Sixers in 2014-15 before tearing up his knee -- is working his ass off to show the team he can be an asset next season.

"One of the best shooters to do it" is of course none other than Allan Houston. Jump shooting has been Wroten's Achilles heel ever since he broke into the league, so he might as well learn at the feet of a guy who hit 40.2% of his threes in over 3,200 career attempts.

Tony works hard, and he plays hard, as evidenced by his impromptu dance session in the background of Kevin Seraphin's snapchat:

Best of luck to you, Mr. Wroten! We hope to see you in Summer League.