Frank Ntilikina racked up a career-high six steals in Monday's 104-101 loss to Cleveland, finishing with seven points (2-of-5 FGs, 3-of-4 FTs), three boards, two assists and three turnovers in 24 minutes. LeBron James called out the Knicks for drafting Ntilikina over Dennis Smith Jr., but The Frenchise showed why the Knicks love him so much with a dominant display on the defensive end, becoming the first Knicks rookie with more than 5 steals in a game since Mark Jackson in 1987. He also got into a shoving match with LeBron and the MSG crowd was rocking every time he made a big play. New York’s future is certainly bright, as the duo of Ntilikina and Kristaps Porzingis had a net rating of +44.7 prior to Monday which ranks 1st in the NBA. It won’t be long before he’s starting and he’s worth picking up if you’re targeting steals and assists. Like most rookies, efficiency will be an issue, though.