Anthony and I are in complete agreement on this: Should he decline to sign the long-ago offered maximum extension (three years, $64.57 million) by the Feb. 25 trade deadline, the management team of Josh Kroenke and general manager Masai Ujiri will deal their franchise player rather than risk losing him on the free agent market come summer without getting back anyone of consequence.
the Knicks remain a viable option. I repeat, a viable option.Also;
At the outset of this Melodrama, a week or so before training camp when reports inaccurately claimed, as I've come to discover, he was on the verge of making Mikhail Prokhorov an even larger luminary than he is, the Nets, at the very least, appeared to be the frontrunners.
Now they're also-rans, I'm informed. In a nutshell, the fact they're two seasons away from moving to Brooklyn from New Jersey places them in the loser bin.