What Trade Made/Makes More Sense? The Melo Deal or the Rumored Mitchell Trade?

Z-Man asked: How analogous is this situation to just before the Melo trade? This question continues to bug me. -at that time Ujiri was kind of unknown, and we had Donnie Walsh, so while Dolan was more directly involved and the deal seemed imminent, it wasn’t clear that it would be such a massive overpay […]

Let’s Expand the Grimes/Obi Debate to Include Immanuel Quickley

Okay, a couple of things. 1. I think the Knicks are eventually trading for Donovan Mitchell 2. If they do trade for Donovan Mitchell, Immanuel Quickley is almost certainly heading to Utah in the deal 3. I think he is likely going to be joined by one of Quentin Grimes and Obi Toppin. 4. I […]

Who Would You Rather Give Up In a Trade – Quentin Grimes or Obi Toppin?

As the Donovan Mitchell trade rumors abound, it sure sounds like any trade would involve Immanuel Quickley almost certainly going to Utah, but if the trade goes down, he’s not going alone. There would be at least a slim chance of Cam Reddish and Deuce McBride being enough to add to the deal, but that […]

The Athletic: Knicks, Jazz engage in Donovan Mitchell trade talks

From Shams: The Jazz and Knicks have begun discussions on a potential trade to send three-time NBA All-Star Donovan Mitchell to New York, sources tell The Athletic. The Jazz are having conversations with multiple teams on a Mitchell deal, but the Knicks have emerged as the focused destination over the past several days, sources said. […]

NY Post: Jericho Sims signing three-year deal with Knicks

From Zach Braziller: An afterthought at this time last year, Jericho Sims now has a home with the Knicks. The 58th pick in last year’s draft is signing a partially guaranteed three-year deal worth just shy of $6 million with the franchise after being on a two-way contract, The Post has confirmed. The former Texas […]

The Charlie Ward Curse Is Over! Mitchell Robinson Resigns for 4 Years/$60 Million

It sounds like the delay on Mitch returning was Masai making a late push to sign him, but Mitch ultimately stuck with his Plan A, which was reported days ago, of coming back to the Knick for four years and $60 million. I am pumped, of course. Spending money in this offseason and then extending […]