Starting center Mitchell Robinson and the Knicks have agreed to a deal that will keep the former second-round selection in the Big Apple.
No matter what happens next, the Knicks definitively signed a productive contributor at point guard in Jalen Brunson, although there are some questions about best maximizing the Villanova product on this current roster make-up.
At the start of free agency, the Knicks are signing former Clippers center Isaiah Hartenstein to a two-year contract.
Jalen Brunson is joining his father in New York, with the Knicks inking the Mavs free agent point guard to a lucrative deal.
New York has not had much success in free agency in recent years. Will they learn from their mistakes this summer, or will we see the same old Knicks?
NBA free agency kicks off tomorrow, and with the Knicks expected to extend an offer to Jalen Brunson, who else can the ‘Bockers pursue?