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Old 05-18-2015, 08:30 PM   #16 (permalink)
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Can't fucking wait, waited all season for this.

Hope we end up in the top two and take who ever is remaining between JO and Towns. I think Phil is leaning towards JO.

I like Russell too tho. Would be hyped if we got either of those three.
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Can't fucking wait, waited all season for this.

Hope we end up in the top two and take who ever is remaining between JO and Towns. I think Phil is leaning towards JO.

I like Russell too tho. Would be hyped if we got either of those three.
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Knicks pick 4th

So the pick will probably be Mudiay or Winslow and more than likely traded
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@Ender are you at all concerned that you guys are goink to pay Phil Jackson $12 million to not get the current playstyle of the NBA?
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Jose Calderon, Emmanuel Mudiay, Demarre Carroll, Carmelo Anthony, and Greg Monroe - your 2015-2016 New York Knicks?
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@Ender are you at all concerned that you guys are goink to pay Phil Jackson $12 million to not get the current playstyle of the NBA?
I don't care about how Dolan spends his money and Jackson is probably gone and replaced by Isiah Thomas if/when they miss the playoffs next season.
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Jose Calderon, Emmanuel Mudiay, Demarre Carroll, Carmelo Anthony, and Greg Monroe - your 2015-2016 New York Knicks?
Replace Monroe with Hibbert and maybe Carroll with Danny Green
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Replace Monroe with Hibbert and maybe Carroll with Danny Green
Six of one, half-dozen of another. Either way I think the Knicks are well-positioned to win the Atlantic next year, particularly if Toronto detonates things. For the record, I think Hibbert opts in to his contract and the Pacers trade him for a second first-round pick in this draft and some cap relief.
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For the record, I think Hibbert opts in to his contract and the Pacers trade him for a second first-round pick in this draft and some cap relief.
We'll see the I doubt the Pacers haven't pissed David Falk with the way they've handled Hibbert so don't see Falk letting the them get something for him.
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We'll see the I doubt the Pacers haven't pissed David Falk with the way they've handled Hibbert so don't see Falk letting the them get something for him.
Here's the thing though - Hibbert's unlikely to get that $16ish million in the first year of his next deal, and he'd be signing a contract under the smaller, "current" cap rather than the much bigger cap that kicks in next summer. The most lucrative solution for Hibbert (and thus Falk) is for Roy to opt in, go to a team where he can play in a favorable situation, and then hit free agency in one of the goofiest, most cap-flush summers ever. I mean, would Cleveland really say no to Hibbert for Brendan Haywood's non-guaranteed contract, Mike Miller, and the 24th pick in the draft?
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Here's the thing though - Hibbert's unlikely to get that $16ish million in the first year of his next deal, and he'd be signing a contract under the smaller, "current" cap rather than the much bigger cap that kicks in next summer.
I could see the Knicks after they strike out on Gasol and LMA giving him $14-15M AAV this offseason or a one year deal worth $16+ M.

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I mean, would Cleveland really say no to Hibbert for Brendan Haywood's non-guaranteed contract, Mike Miller, and the 24th pick in the draft?
Probably they have Mozgov on a nice price, paying Varejao $10 AAV, and Tristan Thompson is a RFA they have to pay.
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