NYG wrote: Clyde_Style wrote:
Yeah I actually agree. This is a solid all around Knicks off-season. Just wait until the 2021 off-season how bad most of these long-term deals will look. Even Payton, I think Thibodeau could squeeze some juice out of him.
Aside from dreading a Randle-Payton starting line-up, I agree.
Letting clubs lock down their salary structures in a year without too many key free agents is a good sit this one out strategy going into 2021.
Hoping the kids get playing time. That's all I ask. Let these short-term signings not be full time minutes guys
I agree, Randle needs to go. I know it's an unpopular opinion, but if we could get two unprotected first round picks and try to get Rui or Deni as a result then I would definitely do a Randle for Wall swap. I know that kills our flexibility financially, but I see the Knicks with the Kentucky connections convincing themselves into a CP3 to OKC type of scenario where they get picks to get the better player and the amount of picks we would suddenly have accumulated becomes significant in the next few drafts.
In theory, but do we even know if Wall is going to be a productive player again or even if his health is satisfactory?
I understand the logic, but I'm pretty dead set against $40M contracts going to anyone not named MJ or Lebron in their prime
There may be other avenues to collect some more FRPs without burying yourself in cap hell