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New York Knicks Offseason Strategy: Prey on the Weak

The New York Knicks can rebuild their roster by preying on the weak. Potential trades and free agent acquisitions are a year-round source of conversation for New York Knicks fans. The chatter gets racketed up as we approach the draft and the start of free agency. This offseason, the chatter is at a new level […] New York Knicks Offseason Strategy: Prey on the Weak - Daily Knicks - Daily Knicks - A New York Knicks Fan Site - News, Blogs, Opinion and More

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REPORT: Knicks letting other teams know they’re willing to take on bad contracts in trades

Bill Streicher-USA TODAY Sports Stock up on assets, baby! The New York Knicks probably won’t have much time to contemplate their free agency moves this year — hell, the best players might be signing under-the-table deals already. There might be some moves to make on the trade market, though we fans can’t be sure if the front office wants to acquire assets for the future or sign a bevy of mediocre vets in yet another foolish attempt to contend immediately. SNY’s Ian Begley may have a clue about Leon Rose’s direction. According to his sources, the Knicks are letting it be known...

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October P&T mailbag, part one: trading rosters & why bad drafts can be good

Photo by Sam Forencich/NBAE via For Halloween, let’s try on a different team. First things first: I was so focused on getting this mailbag done and published I didn’t see that Alex Wolfe literally just published a piece about players purportedly already lining up contracts with teams long before free agency begins. He includes an insightful series of names and numbers that Bobby Marks lists which are especially relevant to the Knicks, so check Alex’s piece out first. Then circle back here for some lemonade and slow-churn conjecture. 1) If you could switch the Knicks’ roster...

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RUMOR: Some NBA players are already being offered contracts

Photo by Nathaniel S. Butler/NBAE via The Knicks have a lot of potential money to spend, so this could be relevant The draft still isn’t for another month, free agency still (presumably) isn’t until shortly after that, and the NBA and NBPA still haven’t even agreed to a cap figure for next season yet. And yet, rumors are swirling from multiple plugged-in NBA people that, even without fully knowing how much money there will be to spend, some NBA teams are already coming to deals with free agents. From Brian Windhorst and Bobby Marks of ESPN, via NBA Sports: Windhorst: I have...

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Danilo Gallinari talks his impending free agency, praises new Knicks boss Leon Rose

Photo by Garrett Ellwood/NBAE via Trying to get the pipe dream? When our bleary off-season-eyes came into focus on a summer that never fully arrived, we sharpened our gaze on Danilo Gallinari. We saw that old rooster shirsey in the back of the closet, folded up nice and pleasant, and thought, yes, this does spark joy. That all came crashing down this week when Danilo implied that he would be seeking a title contender on his next contract. No longer a spring chicken, and with the prospect of big money not seeming all that appetizing, the Knicks will struggle to leverage their gigantic...


NBA Rumors: Carmelo Anthony Could Be ‘Muscling Up’ To Return To Knicks Next Season

After the 2019-20 NBA season officially came to an end, veteran small forward Carmelo Anthony has immediately started making preparations for his upcoming free agency. According to Marc Berman of the New York Post, Anthony was recently seen draining three-pointers in the gym, and a photo reportedly showed him “shirtless and buffed up.” Berman believes that the 10-time NBA All-Star could be “muscling up” to return to the New York Knicks this fall. When they got eliminated by the Los Angeles Lakers in the first round of the 2020 Playoffs, Anthony has expressed his desire to re-sign...

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Fred VanVleet’s underdog story has led to lucrative free agency

The Raptors are the betting favorites to re-sign VanVleet, but his free agency is unrestricted and the Knicks, according to sources, are among the other teams with interest.

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Grizzlies Free Agency Profiles: Wesley Matthews

Photo by Garrett Ellwood/NBAE via A ‘3 and D’ guy with plenty of NBA experience. Is he a fit with the Grizzlies? Wesley Matthews – Wing, Marquette University 33 years old (turns 34 on Wednesday), 6’4” 220 pounds, 6’9” wingspan DRAFT: Undrafted, signed with Utah as an undrafted rookie in 2009. NBA Experience: 11 years with 6 teams (1 season with Utah Jazz; 5 seasons with Portland Trailblazers; 3.5 seasons with Dallas Mavericks; 2 games with New York Knicks; .5 seasons with Indiana Pacers; 1 season with Milwaukee Bucks) CAREER STATS: 791 games (31.9 minutes per game...

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New York Knicks: 5 worst FA signings in team history

The New York Knicks have messed up a lot in free agency over the years, offering up some of the worst contracts the league has ever seen. Being a big market team comes with its advantages. The New York Knicks are as far as it can go when it comes to being a big market […] New York Knicks: 5 worst FA signings in team history - Hoops Habit - Hoops Habit - NBA News, Rumors, Analysis, Opinion and Stats

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Grizzlies Free Agency Profiles: Maurice Harkless

Erik Williams-USA TODAY Sports Could Moe Harkless makes sense as front court depth for the Grizzlies? Maruice Harkless- Forward, St. John’s University 27 Years Old, 6’7”, 220 Pounds, 7’2” Wingspan Draft- 2012, 1st Round, 15th pick by Philadelphia 76ers (traded to Orlando Magic in August 2012) Experience-8 years ( Three with Orlando Magic, Four with Portland Trail Blazers, 2019-2020 Season with Los Angeles Clippers and New York Knicks) Career Stats: 537 Games Played, 23.1 minutes per game, 7.2 PPG, 3.7 RPG, 0.9 APG, 1.0 SPG, 0.7 BPG, 47.8 FG%, 32.5 3PFG%, 54.7 FT%, 52.9...

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Report: 5 possible Knicks offseason trade targets

Photo by Kim Klement-Pool/ From Marc Berman to you, with me as the middleman. The Post’s Marc Berman explored five varying degrees of stars the Knicks could pursue in an offseason trade. Since there are no transcendent talents available in free agency this summer and it is a truth universally acknowledged that a Knicks team in possession of ample cap space must be in want of a blockbuster, speculation abounds that Leon Rose will use that space to trade for a star, even if their transcendence is mostly a fading glory in the rearview mirror. Sunsets are lovely, even if doomed. Exhibit A...


Report: Knicks will pursue Fred VanVleet, but don’t already have offer ready

The New York Knicks plan to pursue Toronto Raptors point guard Fred VanVleet this offseason once the free agency period begins. However, according to Ian Begley of SNY TV, the Knicks don’t already have an offer ready to throw at VanVleet despite reports saying New York is prepared to pay the Raptors guard $20 million […] The post Report: Knicks will pursue Fred VanVleet, but don’t already have offer ready appeared first on ClutchPoints.

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New York Knicks: 5 realistic free agents to target

After a fairly disappointing 2019-20 campaign, the New York Knicks shift their focus towards the 2020 free agency class to strengthen the roster. Even year, countless rumors originate, linking the New York Knicks with the best players that are highlighting the free agency class. An example of that was last year, when the Knicks were […] New York Knicks: 5 realistic free agents to target - Hoops Habit - Hoops Habit - NBA News, Rumors, Analysis, Opinion and Stats

Kevin Durant ditches No. 35, plans to wear No. 7 for the Nets | High Noon

Bomani Jones and Pablo Torre react to Kevin Durant swapping his jersey number and weigh in on how New York Knicks fans should feel about losing out on KD and Kyrie Irving in free agency. ✔

Spencer Dinwiddie talks KD-Kyrie to the Nets, flames Knicks fans | The Jump

Spencer Dinwiddie joins Rachel Nichols, Vince Carter and Amin Elhassan on The Jump to weigh in on Kevin Durant and Kyrie Irving’s decision to join the Brooklyn Nets in free agency and make fun of New York Knicks fans. #TheJump ✔