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    Gordon Hayward Still Prefers Pacers With Knicks Offering Less Money

    The Indiana Pacers remain the preferred destination for Gordon Hayward as a free agent, though it will require the participation of the Boston Celtics in a sign-and-trade. Hayward’s proposed deal with the Pacers would be in the four-year, $100 million range. The New York Knicks remain interested in Hayward, but have held firm on a […] More

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    Knicks Interested In Gordon Hayward

    The New York Knicks have been aggressive in their pursuit of Gordon Hayward all week, sources tell Marc Stein of the New York Times. Hayward has been considered increasingly likely to decline his $34 million player option for next season. The Knicks could be Hayward’s best option given their cap space situation. More

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    Hornets, Knicks Have Interest In Russell Westbrook ‘With Caveats’

    The Charlotte Hornets and New York Knicks are the only teams with verified interest in trading for Russell Westbrook. The interest from both the Hornets and Knicks, however, comes “with many caveats” according to sources that spoke with Marc Stein of the New York Times. Westbrook has approximately $133 million remaining on his contract over […] More

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    Knicks Move Up To No. 23, Send Nos. 27, 38 To Jazz

    The New York Knicks have moved up from No. 27, trading that pick and No. 38 to the Utah Jazz for No. 23. The Knicks also own pick No. 8. By moving up four spots to No. 23, the Knicks may improve their chances of packaging that pick and No. 8 to move up higher […] More

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    Leon Rose ‘All In’ On Trading For Russell Westbrook On A Discount

    Leon Rose is “all in” on trading for Russell Westbrook should Westbrook come for cheap, sources told Marc Berman of the New York Post. The Knicks will not give up any of their future assets in a Westbrook trade. The team has the cap space for take on Westbrook’s remaining three-year, $130 million contract. There […] More

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    Knicks Considered Viable Trade Destination For Russell Westbrook

    The New York Knicks are on the short list of viable trade destinations for Russell Westbrook. There is a trade to be made if the Knicks are willing to absorb the $133 million remaining on Westbrook’s contract over the next three seasons. The Knicks have at least considered it internally. Westbrook is seeking a trade […] More

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    Three Knicks’ Employees Test Positive For COVID-19

    by Rafael Uehara Breaking down LaMelo Ball, Tyrese Haliburton, Killian Hayes, RJ Hampton, Cole Anthony, Kira Lewis Jr., Nico Mannion and the other top point guard prospects of the class. by Colin McGowan The empty stats and the Next Steph chatter isn’t Trae Young’s fault; it’s just stuff that has happened while he’s been killing […] More

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    People Within Knicks Cautious Over Trading Too Many Assets For Chris Paul

    Members within the New York Knicks organization are wary over potentially trading too many assets for Chris Paul, sources told Ian Begley of SNY. Those individuals want to make sure that the team has enough assets left over to trade for another high-profile player. The Knicks currently have the 8th pick in the upcoming draft. […] More

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    Rockets Could Trade Russell Westbrook With Clippers, Knicks Interested

    Russell Westbrook was traded by the Oklahoma City Thunder to the Houston Rockets last offseason and he could be moved again this offseason following their second round exit and the departure of Daryl Morey. “It is interesting the last 24 hours I did have multiple sources that I trust tell me that teams believe Russell […] More

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    Knicks ‘Dying’ To Select Obi Toppin

    Obi Toppin is considered unlikely to fall beyond the New York Knicks at No. 8. “I think eight is definitely the lowest he goes,” said Jonathan Givony on The Lowe Post. “The guy who recruited him all year who signed him, you know, is running the team that has the number eight pick. I think […] More

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