In today’s edition we recap the week of NBA Free Agency. Spurs and Bucks come away as big winners but everyone needs to relax about the summer for the Knicks and Lakers. In a mediocre class, they took the smart route.
Wally Szczerbiak is right in the Knicks backyard working on the MSG Network broadcast. Perhaps Carmelo Anthony could use Wally to stretch the floor …
We all braced for what the market would be like this July when the reports began surfacing of players asking for higher salaries this year to make up the difference for next summer and beyond.
When the clock struck midnight and the day turned to July 2, there were 25 players who agreed to brand new contracts totaling approximately 1.4 BILLION dollars. Pure insanity.
Let’s evaluate a few of these free agent signings.
The Six Fouls crew recap Thursday’s NBA Draft with analysis on some of the best prospects entering the league. Check out who we felt were some of the best value picks and who might have been a reach.
Phil Jackson received all kinds of unnecessary criticism throughout his first full season in New York and it was mind boggling to me. Every single little move was critiqued as if Jackson was giving away Michael Jordan and Kobe Bryant in their prime for scraps.
The SixFouls crew gives you a preview of the NBA Draft on June 25th, discussing some of the top prospects coming out and who we love/hate in this year’s class.
The SixFouls crew talked about the moves made by Phil Jackson in year one as New York Knicks president and what they should do with the fourth overall pick and in free agency this off-season.
These ping pong balls say so ….
Courtesy: Bleacher Report
When talking to the New York media, Knicks President Phil Jackson hinted to the possibility of trading away the team’s first-round draft pick this year should they fall to the number five in the lottery:
But I think the real question is, how much better are they in the Eastern Conference? Continue reading