We’re seen a similar story before—the Knicks make cap-space-clearing moves to make a big splash in next summer’s free agency. Here’s why the present Knicks have a better contingency plan in place than a decade ago.
After flaming out with the Magic, 23-year-old Mario Hezonja reunites with Scott Perry in New York, hoping to change his NBA narrative and reinvent his game.
Hicks will be back in New York for a second year after signing a two-way contract on Tuesday.
All castaway lottery picks are welcomed in Manhattan as Scott Perry and the Knicks front office construct a roster built around flawed players looking for redemption.
Charlie Zegers and Bryan Gibberman react to the obsequious Kanter opt-in news and the Mario Hezonja signing from over the weekend.
Scott Perry’s first offseason move with the Knicks is signing a former draft pick of his own when the general manager worked with Orlando’s franchise.
New York brings back its stand-out two-way contract player from last season on a full NBA contract for 2018–19.
While Knicks brass have justifiably preached the waiting game, maybe finding a middle ground and signing bargain deals with young players should be Mills and Perry’s endgame in this summer’s free-agency bonanza.
The Knicks’ enthusiastic Turkish center will stay in New York, choosing to remain with the Knicks and make over $18 million this coming season.
Jonathan Macri pens an open letter addressed to Knicks team president Steve Mills concerning the team’s need to practice patience among free agency spending.