18. Gerald Wilkins, Knicks
No. 47 -- Second Round, 1985
Hard to believe Dominque's brother would drop to the end of the second round; if Ray Allen's brother were available in this year's draft, teams would snap him up based solely on the possibility of luring Ray as a free agent alone. The younger Wilkins enjoyed a fine career with the Knicks, often flourishing in Rick Pitino’s pressing system. The man nicknamed "Doug E. Fresh," Wilkins averaged 19.1 points per game in his second year, and played 13 seasons total.
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