NewKnicks wrote: rammagen wrote: NewKnicks wrote:
Randle for GS #14.
Trade our 2 picks in the 20's (and maybe next year's 1st) to get another pick in the 10-15 range.
Roll with: Two players in the lottery in a great draft/RJ/IQ/Mitch/Obi. That would put all of them in the right age range as well. Add other youngish players with our 60M available (is that the right number? Not sure).
would be a team I could get excited about going into the future. We would get into the conversation as one of the young, exciting teams on the rise for years to come. Who's with me?
Sadly, it will never happen.
and it should never happen
first you under value randle
2 how in the heck is golden state going to fit ranle under the cap they need to move salary in a dump that alone means we should be getting more
A man can dream..
You would rather roll with the same old vets next year? GS could make it work by the way. They'd have to throw Wiggins or another player in the deal to match salaries.
no but you are over paying for what you expect. randle for the 14 after the yr he had? never mind the cap issues with golden state. if you are trading picks to move up do it before the lottery and take your chances and save next yrs pick.
We have 66 in cap space with that expect us to sign a younger wing and a pg. A choice needs to be made on Robinson because he is going to want 20 million when his contract is up. SO if you move anyone you move him save the money and try to get another center.
The same team that was here this yr will not be back. I expect Bullock and maybe Burks but I can see them moving Knox not resigning frank, maybe Noel depending on money. Elf is gone as well.
The knicks maybe star shopping but really who is worth the longer term investment for the team. I can see Schroeder, or ball with a player like Oubre a wing that is supposedly a 3d wing player that can hit open shots. But i have not seen much of him playing to make a clear decision on him he is 25/26 he averaged 15 to 16 points per game but was only hitting on 31% of his 3s this yr.
Those free agent moves to me are more realistic with trying to trade up in the draft. Then moving randle for the 14th pick to get a player that is not his equal, over paying for a lotto pick with draft picks because at the worst you can get a late lotto or gamble and get a high lotto pick and keep next yrs pick and the following yrs 4 picks (2023 2 first round and 2 second round picks) or you could package the 2024 picks with this yrs to try to move up after the lottery
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