Tag:Mike D'Antoni
Posted on: January 5, 2009 11:26 am

Knicks, Blazers, Clippers trade could be in works

The New York Daily News reports that the Trail Blazers, the Knicks and the Clippers could be mulling over a three-way trade that would send David Lee to Portland and Quentin Richardson to Los Angeles, and both Marcus Camby and Channing Frye to New York.

Knicks president Donnie Walsh denied that he was working on the trade, although the Daily News said several sources within the Knicks organization confirmed that the prospect of adding Camby to the roster has been discussed recently.

Portland has been interested in Lee for some time, and it is believed that Knicks coach Mike D'Antoni would be happy to exchange the 6-9 Lee for the 7-0 Camby at center.
Posted on: November 13, 2008 11:46 am

Spurs, Heat interested in Curry

The New York Daily News reported that Knicks center Eddy Curry met with agent Leon Rose before New York's game at San Antonio on Tuesday. It is believed the Spurs and the Miami Heat are both interested in the big man, who was removed from the Knicks rotation before the season opener by coach Mike D'Antoni and is currently sidelined for another two weeks with a bruised knee.

The Daily News reported that Miami may be willing to deal Shawn Marion -- a favorite of Mike D'Antoni -- for Curry, but the deal wouldn't be easy to put together due to the salaries not matching up.
Posted on: November 3, 2008 4:54 pm

End near for Marbury in New York?

The New York Post reports that the rocky tenure of Stephon Marbury on the New York Knicks roster may draw to a close very soon.

Knicks president Donnie Walsh told the Post he will sit down with Marbury either Monday or Tuesday of this week, and hopes to reach a resolution before the Knicks-Bobcats game on Wednesday. Walsh reportedly wanted the sitdown with Marbury before deciding whether to waive him or negotiate a contract buyout.

The story went on to state that unless Walsh talks Knicks coach Mike D'Antoni into giving Marbury one more chance, Marbury will be gone in short order, at which time the Knicks may attempt to re-sign the recently waived Patrick Ewing Jr.
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