cgf wrote:Deeeez Knicks wrote:GONYK wrote:
I don't agree with stretching him now without a hard commitment, but what else are the Knicks supposed to do if they don't want Noah on the team.
They can't just send him home for a year when he's healthy.
Keep him on the bench and sell him on mentoring the young players for the year. Can probably get some minutes as the 3rd C since there will be injuries or give him some of Kanter's minutes here and there.
Noah keeps saying he loves NY and wants to be here, so I would challenge him on that and tell him the best thing for NY is to help our young players.
Hard pass on letting Jo anywhere near our kids.
Would he really be that bad of an influence? I know he is just about done, but Noah had so much passion/heart and seemed like a good teamate. i think some of this is getting overblown. Its not like he can really derail the season when we will be bad anyway.