2011 NBA Draft: Marshon Brooks Works Out With New York Knicks

Marshon Brooks, a guard from Providence College and the nation's second leading scorer last season, worked out with the New York Knicks on Monday, according to a New York Times report.

Marshon Brooks, a high-scoring guard from Providence who could fill the Knicks' need for another shooter, had a second workout with the team on Monday, along with four other prospects who returned for a second look. (via NY Times)

Brooks was joined by Josh SelbyNikola VucevicDarius Morris, Jeremy Tyler and Ravern Johnson at the workout.

The Celtics have been rumored to be interested in Brooks, as his solid shooting stroke would help to bolster the Boston bench and provide extra rest for starters Paul Pierce and Ray Allen.

Brooks, a 6'5", 190-pound senior, averaged 24.6 points, seven rebounds, 2.5 assists and 1.5 steals last season for the Friars. In his junior campaign, Brooks averaged 14.2 points and 4.2 rebounds for Providence.

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