Evan Fournier would be ‘surprised’ if the Knicks bring him back next season

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After being eliminated from the playoffs, knicks, evan fournier Said Brian Lewis of the NY Post He would be “surprised” if the team brought him back next season.

After starting 80 games the previous season, Fournier's role decreased dramatically this season, totaling only 27 games (seven starts). In those games, the 30-year-old averaged 6.1 points in 17 minutes of action, after averaging 14.1 points in 29.5 minutes per game a season earlier.

The shooting guard didn't see the floor once during the playoffs and last played on April 9 against the Indiana Pacers when he shot 0-for-4 from the field in 12 minutes.

Fournier signed a four-year, $73 million contract of the -22 season and came to hoping to be a sharp shooter from beyond the arc.

While he shot a respectable 38.9 percent from -point range last season, Fournier has had a slow start this season and has dropped that number to a career-low 30.7 percent in limited action. He also shot a career-low 33.7 percent from the field.

Prior to joining the Knicks, Fournier played for the Denver Nuggets, Orlando Magic, and Boston Celtics.