The Knicks’ 21-year-old French guard helped bury the US at the World Cup with the type of game that could portend a career-changing season

New York Knicks guard Frank Ntilikina played a key role in helping France knock off the United States in the FIBA World Cup on Wednesday. Ntilikina has struggled in the first two years of his career, showing occasional flashes but mostly looking raw and likely to be traded from the Knicks, who selected him with the eighth pick in the 2017 draft. Heading into a crucial third season in which he must prove his place in the NBA, Wednesday’s performance was the type of game Ntilikina will need to put together consistently in 2019-20. Visit Business Insider’s homepage for

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