The Knicks' free-agent signings may limit Obi Toppin and Immanuel Quickley's role

Knicks fans praised the signings of Jalen Brunson and Isaiah Hartenstein, which should help them improve on last year's 37-win record.

With Brunson's passability and shooting range, Hartenstein should solve a decade-long problem at point guard.

Immanuel Quickley and Obi Toppin are the two best young Knicks players. Although bigger roles seem unlikely, they may have to adjust to being bench player

Quickley, 23, appears to have limited ceiling with the Knicks as long as Julius Randle is around. His all-around performance improved,

However, his 3-pointer shot dropped from 38.9 percent to 34.6 percent from 3-point range, resulting in fewer assists and rebounds.

There are several reasons for that, including Kemba Walker and Derrick Rose's injuries creating a major shortage at point guard - but the Knicks also wanted to see if Quickley could expand on his playmaking skills.

. It could also be the result of opponents being wary of his ability from distance. He did close well, shooting 39.4 percent from downtown in the final 29 games