In a surprising move, the Knicks elected to let Troy Williams go in order to reach the allowed number of roster spots.
Hicks will be back in New York for a second year after signing a two-way contract on Tuesday.
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.
The Knicks’ enthusiastic Turkish center will stay in New York, choosing to remain with the Knicks and make over $18 million this coming season.
The Turkish big man will remain with the Knicks for the upcoming season. What does his decision mean for the rest of the young roster?
Vegas awaits the Knicks, ready to welcome their young and inexperienced players. What are the most important aspects of the team to keep an eye on?
With a budding young team and Porzingis’ health up in the air, new draft picks Kevin Knox and Mitchell Robinson could be plugged into rotation minutes under Coach Fizdale from the start.
The Arizona product comes to New York with hopes of latching onto a Knicks roster begging for talent.
Did the Knicks make the right pick in taking a big man without loads of experience?