Kristaps Porzingis

If Kyrie Can Sink Dallas Mavs, It Will Help New York Knicks
If Kyrie Can Sink Dallas Mavs, It Will Help New York Knicks
According to ESPN's Adrian Wojnarowski the Brooklyn Nets agreed to trade Kyrie Irving to the Dallas Mavericks on Sunday. The report said that the Mavs are sending Dorian Finney-Smith, Spencer Dinwiddie, an unprotected 2029 first-round pick and second-round picks in 2027 and 2029 to the Nets in exchange for Irving and Markieff Morris. Many experts seem to believe Brooklyn will greatly benefit from the trade, so how does Kyrie heading to Dallas and sinking Mark Cuban's ship help the New York Knicks?
Was Kristaps Porzingis’ Brother The Reason He Wanted Out Of New York? [AUDIO]
Was Kristaps Porzingis’ Brother The Reason He Wanted Out Of New York? [AUDIO]
No matter how you grade the trade between the Knicks and the Mavericks you can't be thrilled that "The Unicorn" Kristaps Porzingis is no longer a Knick. Look I prefer to stay positive and look on the bright side but I liked KP in NY. So when I hear that possibly Kristaps was not the main reason he's gone but his brother Janis' dislike of the Knicks could be the cause, I get a little upset. The Sporting News' Sean Deveney lets us know how realistic that story is.
Knicks To Be Quiet At Deadline
Knicks To Be Quiet At Deadline
The New York Knicks over the past few seasons have made a few deals at the trade deadline. Last season they sent guards Iman Shumpert and J.R. Smith to Cleveland and got little in return. This season expect the Knicks to stay pat. There are rumors that link F Carmelo Anthony, PG Jerian Grant, and PG Jose Calderone to possible trades, but the Knicks have received little interest from possible trade

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