New York Knicks: Sell
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A brutal January schedule should sort out any conflicting feelings within the New York Knicks braintrust. When the deadline rolls around, New York either will be a triumphant achiever ready to chase down destiny after surviving a punishing, road-heavy slate...or beaten into the dust.
In which case, the Knicks will be looking to sell.
The smart money is on the latter outcome—partially because Kristaps Porzingis is fading and admittedly tired, and partially because the Knicks already have proved to be trash on the road. Only the Hawks and Utah Jazz have fewer wins away from home.
So the Knicks should see what they can get for O'Quinn, Courtney Lee and any other veterans that don't figure to matter by the 2020-21 season, which is hopefully when KP, Frank Ntilikina and whomever New York gets with a high lottery pick this year are ready to legitimately compete.
Dkillanyk4lyf wrote:Melo is the reason why we are in the mess we are in now. Acquiring him was the biggest mistake in knicks history.
blueNorange wrote:good thing knicks have kanter because willy looking pedestrian af