Knicks Morning News (2014.07.19)

  • [New York Post] Knicks talking about giving ‘Peace’ a chance — again (Sat, 19 Jul 2014 04:16:39 -0400)

    Is anyone ready for World Peace II? The Knicks have discussed whether to extend a training-camp invitation to Metta World Peace on a mostly non-guaranteed deal. World Peace is eager…

  • [New York Times] Sports of The Times: Rucker Park Stars Set Their N.B.A. Dreams Aside and Head Abroad (Sat, 19 Jul 2014 06:29:15 GMT)

    It turns out the can’t-miss star who misses the N.B.A. can make a fair living in Algiers, or in Halifax, Canada.

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    3 thoughts to “Knicks Morning News (2014.07.19)”

    1. I’d expect others to offer Minny more.

      After past few weeks, Morey needs some love – Kevin Love. Harden has proven to be a mediocre performer in the last two playoffs. If Love would agree to re-sign, Morey should offer Harden/Capela for Love/Rubio. Shift Beverley to SG to create elite defensive unit in Howard/Beverley/Rubio/Ariza. Howard would provide defensive protection for Love and Howard/Love tandem would recall Howard/Ryan Anderson combo. Rockets audition Rubio for a year and don’t re-sign him next season if failed experiment.

      If that trade won’t fly, Morey should look to trade Harden to Phoenix for Bledsoe/Green or maybe even Dragic/Green. How ironic would a Dragic return be given the reason for which he was originally traded? There’s still time Morey to salvage this summer!

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