Bobby Ray Parks misses final cut for Westchester Knicks roster in NBA D-League
Former Texas Legends player Ray Parks is out of the Knicks lineup. Jerome Ascano

BOBBY Ray Parks will not be playing for the Westchester Knicks in the upcoming season of the NBA D-League.

After taking him as their eighth and last pick in the 2016 D-League draft, the Knicks bared that Parks was among the team's final cuts, along with fifth round pick Dane Miller and tryout player Gabe McCray, in finalizing the roster for the new season.

Each D-League team is allowed to submit a lineup of at least 10 players and reserve three slots for NBA affiliate teams to fill up, plus two spots for injured or inactive players.

Parks returned to the draft after his former Texas Legends team, where he averaged 4.6 points and 1.9 rebounds in 32 games last season, chose not to bring him back in their lineup this year.

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