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RUMORS: Knicks have problem in bringing back defensive big man to help Julius Randle

The New York Knicks are looking to build on their stirring run last season, as they hope to find more firepower to help the young pair of Julius Randle and RJ Barrett. But the Knicks might want to start on their own backyard first before looking elsewhere. They need to appease Mitchell Robinson with an enticing deal after the young big man grew disappointed with his role in the final stretch of last season. But perhaps a more important goal for the Knicks is to re-sign Nerlens Noel, who ably stepped up when Robinson was sidelined.
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RUMOR: Knicks eyeing Myles Turner as potential Julius Randle running mate

Indiana Pacers big man Myles Turner might be on his way to the Mecca as the New York Knicks have been apparently aggressive in acquiring him. According to J Michael of the Indianapolis Star, the Knicks have been ‘trying hard’ to get Turner to the Big Apple in the hopes of forming a talented frontcourt tandem between him and reigning Most Improve Player Julius Randle.
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RUMOR: Knicks ready to offer Celtics’ Evan Fournier a bag of money

After a solid campaign where they secured the fourth seed in the Eastern Conference, the New York Knicks are looking to strengthen their roster even more this offseason. The team has been linked with just about everyone imaginable at this point, with the latest player being Boston Celtics forward/guard Evan Fournier.
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5 best players the Sixers must sign in 2021 NBA free agency

The Philadelphia Sixers had a disappointing season as the Atlanta Hawks knocked them out of the NBA Playoffs in the second round. Rumors began swirling after the Sixers’ premature exit that Ben Simmons will likely get traded after a horrible display in the postseason. Assuming Simmons gets traded soon, the Sixers go back to the drawing board this offseason with hopes of improving their roster to better suit and complement superstar center Joel Embiid.
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Knicks Rumors: Latest on Myles Turner Trade Buzz, Carmelo Anthony & Derrick Rose

The New York Knicks are noisy most offseasons. Even during their darkest days, they're at least worth mentioning from a leverage standpoint given their prominent position in the NBA's top market. But summers like this one are particularly spellbinding in the Big Apple. The Knicks are buzzing well above their...
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NBA News: Chris Paul Opts Out, Spotted Hanging Out With Westbrook

Chris Paul wasted no time in deciding his NBA future. The 36-year-old has opted out of his $44.2 million deal with the Phoenix Suns and is reportedly seeking a $100 million three-year deal. According to a report from Shams Charania of The Athletic, Paul declined the $44.2 million player option...
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Cavs: 3 former players to avoid in free agency

The Cleveland Cavaliers enter free agency with a couple of clear mandates in place. They want to add pieces good enough to push for the play-in game, without mortgaging their financial future or taking the ball out of their young players’ hands. Can the Cavs accomplish that?. It starts with...
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Knicks don’t extend qualifying offer to Frank Ntilikina

Free agency starts on Monday night and the New York Knicks are clearing out cap space by letting go of Frank Ntilikina. Frank Ntilikina is one of the most polarizing New York Knicks in recent memory. The battles between Frank fans and the anti-Frank hive appear to be winding down. According to Marc Berman of the New York Post, the Knicks are not extending a qualifying offer to the French guard, making him an unrestricted free agent.
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4 teams who could pursue Bobby Portis in NBA free agency

Ahead of the 2020-21 NBA season, the New York Knicks declined the team option for Bobby Portis after signing him to a two-year deal the year before. The Milwaukee Bucks didn’t waste much time, signing Portis to a two-year, $7.4 million deal in free agency nearly a year ago. Portis’...
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NBA rumors: What teams could Kawhi Leonard consider after opting out from Clippers?

Kawhi Leonard has opted out of his contract with the Los Angeles Clippers, making himself an unrestricted free agent. Where could he go if he leaves the Clippers?. Kawhi Leonard has opted out of the final years of his contract, pushing himself into unrestricted free agency. This is not an entirely unexpected move, allowing him to get a longer contract locked in before he advances another season through his prime. The expectation is that he will re-sign with the Clippers, but Chris Haynes has also reported that he’s listening to other offers.
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Knicks ‘trying hard’ for Indiana shot-blocking big man, should they offer Mitchell Robinson in deal?

The New York Knicks are still undecided on Mitchell Robinson being their long-term center. After suffering a fractured hand and foot last season, Robinson performed in just 31 games, starting in 29. He averaged 8.3 points, 1.5 blocks, 8.1 rebounds, and shot 65% from the field. Unfortunately, this was not the campaign New York anticipated from Robinson, who was trying to reach the next level and average double-digit points per night.
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New York Knicks: 4 players NYK needs to target this offseason

As the New York Knicks walked off the floor at Madison Square Garden following their first-round five-game defeat at the hands of the Atlanta Hawks, it was evident that there was still work to be done. Julius Randle and RJ Barrett had career years as the former won the Most...
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