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Wassup in Westchester: Let’s watch potential Knicks acquisition Trey Burke score 23

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Buckets.

Weschester Knicks v Delaware 87ers Photo by David Dow/NBAE via Getty Images

Many Knicks fans are hoping against hope that the team could sign Westchester guard Trey Burke to help with their scoring woes. The jitterbug guard still plays in the G-League, though—for the moment, anyway—so let’s check in on Burke on the W-Knicks, shall we?

Westchester shrugged off an early double-digit deficit to down the Canton Charge on Friday night, 95-90. All five Westchester starters scored in double-figures, but there’s only one guy on fans’ minds at the moment.

Trey Burke (affiliate player): 23 points on 9-18 shooting (3-10 from three), 5 assists, 4 rebounds

Burke was clutch as hell for the W-Knicks down the stretch, coming up with a big steal, a couple buckets, and a huge kick-out to Nigel Hayes for the corner three. Speaking of threes, Burke took nearly as many (10) as the entire Knicks team Friday in Miami (13). Burke is shooting 41.4% from beyond the arc this season, so he presumably has the green light in Westchester coach Mike Miller’s offense.

Anyway, the Trey Burke Watch continues Sunday as the W-Knicks take on the Austin Spurs.