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 4 years ago '04        #9901
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Again, until Kidd and Knicks work out the final two years of his contract, he does NOT automatically come off the salary cap.
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On the day he retired, Jason Kidd said the Knicks have “a solid foundation” and can repeat as Atlantic Division winners, but admitted they have work to do in upgrading the roster.

Apparently, Kidd didn’t feel he was enough to lift the Knicks to a championship or he likely would have returned for 2013-14.

“They have a solid foundation,’’ Kidd said on ESPN Radio. “You look at Melo [Carmelo Anthony], you look at Tyson [Chandler]. They have to re-sign J.R. [Smith] and the likes of Chris Copeland. We felt at the time we were so close. That’s how fragile the game is. If you go cold shooting at the wrong time, you’re not going to advance.’’

Kidd advocated the club re-sign 36-year-old point guard Pablo Prigioni, who shared the starting backcourt with Raymond Felton beginning in March.

“The Knicks are very close,’’ Kidd added. “I thought Glen [Grunwald, general manager] did a great job in putting that team together. We just fell short. I think they’ll find veteran players that will be able to be steady and hopefully bring Pablo back. I thought he was a big part of the success.”

Kidd had only kind words to say about Anthony.

“I played against him a lot, and he reminds me of Dirk [Nowitzki], a guy who is unstoppable,’’ Kidd said. “You put a small on him, he loves the contact, he’s too big. If you put a big on him, he uses his quickness. He can shoot the 3, midrange and get to the basket. I’ve been lucky to play with some great ones, and he’s another great one.’’

However, Kidd said the Knicks will have to get “a little luck’’ to break a 40-year title drought next season, when the Pacers will get back All-Star Danny Granger, the Bulls will reincorporate former MVP Derrick Rose and the Heat should remain intact.

“That’s the beauty — you got to play ’em when they’re scheduled,’’ Kidd said. “With health, it becomes a factor, and you got to have a little luck this time of the year. The Knicks aren’t that far away.

“It’s a fragile game. If one of those teams have an injury to one of their star players, they can drop dramatically. I think the Knicks will be right there at the top next season. I wouldn’t be surprised if they win the Atlantic or are one of the top two teams in the East.”
 4 years ago '04        #9903
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Knicks GM Glen Grunwald can add one more item to his offseason to-do list: find a replacement for Jason Kidd.

Kidd retired Monday after a 19 years in the NBA. Grunwald is now tasked with finding a player to take his place on the Knicks' roster. And if you think that it will be easy to replace Kidd, you might want to reconsider.

Remember, Kidd brought a wealth of knowledge to the Knicks' locker room. That will will be impossible to replicate. And even though he struggled in the postseason, the 40-year-old still played a major role in New York's blistering start to the 2012-13 season.

So if you were Grunwald, who would you go after to replace Kidd?

Clearly, re-signing Pablo Prigioni is a bigger priority for the Knicks in light of Kidd's retirement. But Grunwald also needs to find a reserve guard to take Kidd's roster spot.

Let's take a look at a few options:

THE DRAFT

The Knicks have the 24th pick in the NBA craft. Most predict that they will go after a guard or big man. Here are two backcourt options who could serve as a replacement for Kidd on the roster:

Shane Larkin: Larkin, a sophomore out of Miami, wowed personnel people with his athleticism at the Chicago combine. He might not be available by the time the Knicks get to pick; many draft experts predict Larkin will go before 24. But if he is there, the Knicks would be adding a quick player with solid shooting range who sees the floor well and has active hands on defense. One weakness? At 6 feet and 171 pounds, Larkin is a bit undersized, which could be an issue at the next level.

Isaiah Canaan: Like Larkin, Canaan, a senior from Murray State, is a solid shooter. So he could potentially knock down the open looks that Kidd was missing in the playoffs. He also has a good wingspan (6-5) and is a strong, physical player, which should benefit him on defense.

Canaan is widely projected as a late first-round pick and could be available to the Knicks at 24. Canaan's size -- he's 6-0, same as Larkin -- could be an issue at the NBA level.

FREE AGENCY

Barring a trade, the Knicks won't have much to offer free agents. They'll have the mini-mid-level exception (a three-year deal worth approximately $3 million annually) or a minimum contract to sign a free agent.

So they won't be able to lure any upper-tier guards to fill in for Kidd.

Here are a couple options:

Will Bynum: Bynum put up solid numbers for a struggling Pistons team last season (9.8 points per game on 47 percent shooting, 3.6 rebounds per game). He made $3.25 million last year, so he'd be accepting a paycut to sign with the Knicks. Would New York place enough value on Bynum to sign him to a multiyear deal via the mini-mid-level? It's also worth noting that the Knicks might have to split the mini-mid-level exception to re-sign Prigioni and Chris Copeland.

Aaron Brooks: His contract is not guaranteed for next season, so the Rockets might choose to move him or cut him as they continue to free up cap space in their pursuit of Dwight Howard. Brooks averaged 7.1 points on 45 percent shooting and 2.2 a.ssists per game in limited minutes for Sacramento and Houston last season. He has a $2.5 million option, so it is unclear if he would agree to a veteran's minimum contract. And the Knicks are unlikely to eat into their mini-mid-level exception to bring Brooks in.

Nate Robinson is another option, though he comes with baggage from a previous stint with the Knicks and might be out of their price range.
 4 years ago '04        #9904
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Knicks predraft workouts tomorrow include: Isaiah Canaan, Brandon Triche, Deshaun Thomas, Murphy Holloway, A.J. Matthews, Norvel Pelle.
 4 years ago '08        #9905
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I thought once u retired youre $ comes off the books
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A.J. Matthews, the 7-foot center out of Division III Farmingdale State on Long Island, is fast becoming the underdog story of the NBA Draft. He will be heading up to Westchester to work out for the Knicks next week, according to a league source.

Matthews, the Brooklyn product who was not even invited to the Chicago pre-draft camp, impressed at the combine hosted at Nets headquarters in New Jersey last week.

According to a source, Matthews has lined up about a half-dozen team workouts as clubs are intrigued by his 7-foot-3 wingspan and gaudy numbers. Matthews averaged 22.4 points, 16.3 rebounds and 3.75 blocks his senior year. The Knicks are in dire need of a rebounder and he has caught the eye of a.ssistant general manager Allan Houston. Though the Knicks don’t have a second-round pick, they are expected to trade for one.

Matthews has signed up with the powerhouse Arn Tellem agency. Yesterday, he was in a Southern California gym for a workout with Tellem’s other clients, with most of the league represented.

Because of academic issues at Van Arsdale High, Matthew wound up at Broward Community College. Because he didn’t land the required a.ssociate’s Degree, he transferred to Division III Farmingdale.

“Rebounding is will and he has a knack for the ball,’’ said his Farmingdale coach, Erik Smiles, who accepted a new position with C.W. Post last week. “He’s long, active and rebounds well out of his area. He was a major Division I talent.’’

Matthews grew up 10 minutes from Barclays Center, but has not yet landed a workout with the Brooklyn Nets. The Knicks pick at No. 24 and are looking at point guards.
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Jeff Van Gundy, who will broadcast the NBA Finals for ABC, said the Knicks season should be viewed as “anything but a success.’’

The Knicks were eliminated in the second round by the Pacers in six games but saved a little face considering Indiana took Miami to a seventh game in the Eastern Conference Finals.

“Well, I never was on that bandwagon that their season was anything but a success,’’ Van Gundy said on a conference call to promote the Spurs-Heat NBA Finals, which tips off Thursday. “It's steps in the NBA. You don't usually go from really bad to championships. There's intermediate steps, and I thought the Knicks took a big step this year and I thought the Pacers were very good.’’

Van Gundy said had the second-seeded Knicks won Game 1 at the Garden, they may have won it.

“Let's face it, Game 1 swung the whole series,’’ Van Gundy said. “Indiana took home court and were able to win three at home, and that's how quickly home court advantage can go if you don't play well. Six months of effort to get the extra home game, lose it in two and a half hours.’’
 4 years ago '04        #9908
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When Murray State point guard Isaiah Canaan rolls into the Knicks practice facility Wednesday, he may as well see a “Help wanted: Point guard’’ sign in the window.

Two days after Jason Kidd’s retirement, the Knicks will hold their first pre-draft workouts. They select No. 24 in the June 27 draft and feel there is enough talent in a deep draft to land a rotation player, preferably a point guard.

The Knicks have no a.ssurance they can re-sign free agent Pablo Prigioni. Raymond Felton is best when he starts in a backcourt with a playmaker. (Chris Smith, J.R. Smith’s brother, is expected to make the roster but is not rotation-ready).

Canaan is the first point guard of note to perform before general manager Glen Grunwald and the Knicks scouts. The last time the club had a first-round pick, it stole Iman Shumpert with the 17th pick in 2011.

Another notable on the docket today is 7-foot rebounding center A.J. Matthews, the Brooklyn product from Division III Farmingdale State who is seen as a project but could go in the second round.

The 6-foot Canaan is projected as a late first-round/early second-round pick, after averaging 21.8 points and 4.3 a.ssists as a senior.

“He’s a strong kid, streaky but a good shooter, great range and creates his own shot off the dribble,’’ one Western Conference scout said. “He’s still learning the nuances of playing point guard because he has played shooting guard a couple of years ago.’’

An Eastern Conference scout said of Canaan, “He’s an excellent leader, very vocal. He’s a scorer, but somewhat undersized and an average athlete.’’

The Knicks hope Miami’s Shane Larkin falls to 24, but that’s unlikely and Larkin’s agent, Happy Walters, won’t permit him to work out for the Knicks. Three other point guards in the No. 24 range are Erick Green of Virginia Tech, Nate Wolters of South Dakota State and combo guard Tim Hardaway Jr. of Michigan.

***Former Knicks coach Jeff Van Gundy, who will broadcast the NBA Finals for ABC, said of Kidd’s retirement: “I don’t know if you’re ever surprised that a 40-”‘year-”‘old retires. You know it’s coming at some point. But I thought Kidd, his ability to age, was remarkable. In a backcourt position, to take on a microfracture surgery, play heavy minutes, 40 years old, and sort of change his game from a blur in the open court to more of a two-”‘guard type who defended twos and multiple positions, I just love the way he handled his evolvement throughout his career.’’

***Syracuse guard Brandon Triche, Ohio State forward Deshaun Thomas, Ole Miss forward Murphy Holloway (drafted in April by the NFL’s Ravens) and forward Norvel Pelle, a former St. John’s recruit who never made it to school because of academic woes, also will work out today.
 4 years ago '04        #9909
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Canaan (not really shocking) had an eye opening workout today...already said dude is my top 3 for right now (should have my list by next week)
 4 years ago '04        #9910
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B.J. Young, Romero Osby and Kenny Kadji, all working out tomorrow for the #Knicks
 4 years ago '04        #9911
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24. New York Knicks

Tony Mitchell (PF, 21, 6-9, 236, North Texas, sophomore): The Knicks have a number of areas they can improve upon after exiting the playoffs in the second round. They also don't have a lot of flexibility in free agency. Adding depth to the frontcourt could also be something the Knicks look at, as could the backup point guard position, should Pablo Prigioni decide to return to Europe.

Mitchell is one of the best athletes in this draft and has plenty of upside to grow into down the road. If the coaching staff is able to motivate him to play up to his potential more than he was able to in college (the primary reason he's being drafted so low), he could provide immediate defensive help to a team that lacks athleticism in a major way. Leading front office member Mark Warkentein has never been afraid of taking a risk on a player with character concerns in the past, and Mitchell is the type of prospect he could get behind if all the top guard prospects are off the board. (USA Today)
 4 years ago '04        #9912
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The Knicks will host the following six players in a pre-draft workout at MSG Training Center on Thursday:

B.J. Young, Guard, 6-3, 180, Arkansas, Sophomore

Young broke onto the scene with a strong freshman year in the SEC and considered entering last year's draft before deciding to return for another season. His shooting numbers dropped as a sophomore, but he managed to up his a.ssists while cutting down his turnovers. DraftExpress projects Young as a late second round prospect, but says that he "remains one of the most electric open-court scorers in college basketball, blessed with terrific quickness pushing the ball up the floor and the ability to finish above the rim."

Brandon Paul, Guard, 6-4, 200, Illinois, Senior

Paul is an explosive athlete, despite lacking prototypical size for an NBA shooting guard. He can break down defenders in isolation and has shown he's comfortable as a go-to scorer. Hoping to get drafted in the second round, Paul profiles as a potential combo guard off the bench, according to DraftExpress.

Reggie Bullock, Guard/Forward, 6-7, 205, North Carolina, Junior

Bullock has a chance to be drafted in the first round thanks to his excellent long-range shooting ability and feel for the game. He was a 43% 3-point shooter in his junior season at North Carolina, and has plenty of size to play the wing in the NBA. What he lacks in top end athleticism, he makes up for by knowing where to be and rebounding the ball well for his position. Scouts project him to be a similar type of player to the Spurs' Danny Green, another former Tar Heel.

James Ennis, Guard/Forward, 6-7, 210, Long Beach State, Senior

Another rangy wing with shooting ability, Ennis is seen as a second round prospect by most pundits. He shot 36% from three as a senior and proved to be a versatile scorer with good length for an NBA small forward. His 6-11 wingspan and overall athleticism lead scouts to believe that he has the potential to be a solid defender at the next level.

Romero Osby, Forward, 6-8, 232, Oklahoma, Senior

Osby enters the draft as a senior with solid numbers at the University of Oklahoma: 16 points and seven a.ssists in 28.5 minutes per game. He's a bit undersized for an NBA power forward but he shot over 50% in his two years in Norman after transferring from Mississippi State.

Kenny Kadji, Forward/Center, 6-11, 242, Miami, Senior

DraftExpress called him "one of the mot versatile players you'll find in college basketball," capable of scoring in a wide variety of ways. At his size, he has the potential to develop into a legitimate stretch-4 in the NBA thanks to his deft shooting touch and range. Most pundits see him as a candidate to get drafted in the second round.
 4 years ago '04        #9913
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Knicks predraft workouts tomorrow include: Ricardo Ledo, Tahj Tate, Adonis Thomas, Christian Watford, Tony Mitchell, Grant Jerrett.
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After hosting potential draft prospects for workouts both Wednesday and Thursday, the Knicks will have the following six more to MSG Training Center on Friday:

Ricardo Ledo, Guard, 6-6, 180, Providence, Freshman

Ledo is seen as a high-upside prospect. Recruited by many of the top programs out of high school, he was ruled academically ineligible after deciding to attend Providence and had to sit out his entire freshman year. He has good size for an NBA lead guard and is seen by many as a very gifted offensive player; he's a good athlete, can create his own shot, and is a good ball handler.

Tahj Tate, Guard, 6-4, 190, Delaware State, Sophomore

Tate played 35 minutes a game for Delaware State in each of his two seasons, averaging 16.1 points as a freshman before falling to 12.8 this past season. He shot just under 50% from 2-point range and averaged about 2.5 a.ssists during his college career.

Adonis Thomas, Guard/Forward, 6-7, 240, Memphis, Sophomore

Coming from Memphis, Thomas boasts a prototypical physical profile for an NBA small forward. He has upside thanks to his height, long wingspan (7'0) and touch in the midrange area.

Christian Watford, Forward, 6-9, 232, Indiana, Senior

Watford's calling card is his shooting ability. As a 3-point shooter, he improved each year in Bloomington and shot over 48 percent this past season. He's got good length, making him intriguing to scouts as a stretch-4 prospect.

Tony Mitchell, Forward, 6-8, 235, North Texas, Sophomore

Mitchell has become one of the trendy picks for the Knicks in mock drafts recently. Many of the pundits like his potential as an NBA big; according to DraftExpress, his "physical attributes remain his greatest selling point...with excellent athleticism, a solid frame, and a very impressive 7'3 wingspan. He is capable of utilizing these tools effectively in his shot-blocking, rebounding and finishing around the basket."

Grant Jerrett, Forward, 6-10, 235, Arizona, Freshman

A former McDonald's All-American, Jerrett had to battle for minutes in a crowded (and talented) frontcourt this past season at Arizona. With even more talent on the way to Tucson this year, he decided to enter the NBA draft with hopes that his size and length would tempt a team to pick him.
 4 years ago '04        #9915
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basically a beefy version of Channing Frye

 4 years ago '04        #9916
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Berman

The Knicks have been focused on the point-guard position in the draft, but with Amar’e Stoudemire’s knees so fragile, their fallback is an athletic power forward.

Enter today’s pre-draft workouts when on-the-rise Tony Mitchell, a 6-foot-8 undersized sophomore power forward from tiny North Texas, will work out in the Tarrytown gym.

Mitchell is again climbing on the draft boards after his good showing at the Chicago pre-draft camp.

“Best athlete in the draft,’’ one Eastern Conference executive said. “But he’s below average to average skill-wise and his team didn’t win this year.’’

Mitchell entered his sophomore year as a potential lottery pick after an excellent freshman year, but tailed off this past season (13 points, eight rebounds). Before workouts began, some thought he would fall out of the first round altogether, but he’s gotten a new buzz after Chicago.

The Knicks will also work out guard Ricardo Ledo (Providence); guard Tahj Tate (Delaware State); forward Adonis Thomas (Memphis); forward Christian Watford (Indiana) and forward Grant Jerrett (Arizona).
 4 years ago '04        #9917
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^ we def need a good forward
 4 years ago '04        #9918
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MIAMI — Chris Andersen became the bird who flew away for the Knicks.

In mid-January, the Knicks were exploring big-man options because of fears Rasheed Wallace’s foot injury would not heal.

They contacted Andersen’s agent, as the so-called “Birdman’’ was good friends with J.R. Smith, had played with Carmelo Anthony and was once signed by then-Nuggets general manager Mark Warkentien, now a Knicks executive.

But the Knicks never made an offer. Andersen wound up a stud for Miami in late January and the Knicks wound up with Anderson’s former Nuggets teammate, Kenyon Martin, who had a solid stint, but didn’t play well in their Eastern Conference semifinals exit against Indiana.

Andersen has been the perfect piece to the Miami puzzle, a roster that lacked an active big off the bench.

“There were a number of teams who contacted us, but I was ready to write off the season in January,’’ Andersen told The Post.

Asked about the Knicks, Andersen just smiled. He said he still is in contact with Smith, with whom he played in New Orleans and Denver. They share an affinity for tattoos. Andersen’s bird tattoo on his neck is his signature.

“He’s pretty inked up,’’ Andersen said. “We’d be jealous of each other when the other got a tattoo. We’re all trying to get time in the chair.

“Congratulations to him for getting the Sixth Man, but he’s been a great player since I started playing with him in New Orleans. He’s sacrificed a lot to get the Sixth Man Award.’’

Martin didn’t turn out to be a bad choice for the Knicks, but Andersen, who carried in a lot of baggage and was amnestied by Denver last summer, has been super.

“K-Mart’s a helluva defender,’’ Andersen said. “He’s still got a lot left in his tank. I’m a little surprised he lasted that long in free agency. But it allowed him to play as hard as he does all the way to the end.’’

Andersen will be a free agent this summer and the Heat may have to dip into its $3.1 million mid-level exception to re-sign him. They may not, so the Knicks would have another crack at him. Asked if he would consider the Knicks, Andersen said, “I’m not even thinking about the summer.’’

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* San Antonio’s Tracy McGrady, signed in April after playing against Stephon Marbury in China this season, feels the league is better off if college kids are mandated to stay two years.

“The league is so young — I hate to say it but talent in the league is pretty down,’’ said McGrady, who never has played a playoff game. His Chinese stint was great.

“I’m one of the most popular guys over there,’’ said McGrady, a former Yao Ming teammate. “Every time I go, thousands of people are waiting for me at the airport. It makes me feel like a rock star.’’
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The Knicks resume their pre-draft workouts on Monday with the following five players visiting MSG Training Center:

Lorenzo Brown, Guard, 6-5, 186, North Carolina State, Senior

Brown transormed himself into a pure point guard during his time at N.C. State, giving him excellent size for the position at the next level. He has wiry strength and smooth, if not dynamic, athleticism, according to DraftExpress. Only a 42% shooter (26% from three), Brown relies on excellent handles and a quick first step when looking to create offense for himself.

Myck Kabongo, Guard, 6-1, 180, Texas, Sophomore

Kabongo is another pass first point guard. After a promising freshman year, he was limited to only 11 games this past season because of an NCAA suspension stemming from some airfare and private workouts he accepted. DraftExpress says: "He has very good natural point guard instincts, displays a consistently high basketball IQ, and is extremely unselfish. Combine that with his excellent court vision and these are extremely promising qualities for a point guard prospect to have."

Allen Crabbe, Guard, 6-6, 210, California, Junior

Crabbe possesses prototypical size for an NBA shooting guard, with the stroke to match (36% from three). He often received extra attention from defenses as the Golden Bears' go-to scorer, but he shot 53.6% on open spot up opportunities, according to Synergy Sports Technology.

Jeff Withey, Center, 7-0, 235, Kansas, Senior

Withey, a popular selection for the Knicks in some recent mock drafts, is best known for his incredible shot blocking acumen. The former volleyball player is a legitimate 7-footer with a 7-3 wingspan and above average athleticism for a big man. In just over 30 minutes per game as a Jayhawk last year, he averaged an outrageous 3.9 blocks.

Mike Muscala, Center, 6-11, 239, Bucknell, Senior

Muscala showed improvement every year at Bucknell, finishing up as a well-rounded big man prospect who could wind up getting drafted into the first or early second round. He has an array of post moves and can score with either hand, and his work in the weight room has helped become a stronger, more NBA-ready defender over the course of his career.
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Hardaway is an interesting prospect and an absolute, hands-down first round talent. He’s athletic, can play both backcourt positions and is adept at getting into seems and making plays. He’s also, like his father who hit big shots against the Knicks my entire 20s basically, isn’t afraid to pull the trigger. That sort of confidence is what I love about this kid as well as his catch and make skills. Trey Burke was the star down the stretch in the tournament and that sort of pushed Hardaway to the side, but he had plenty of moments this year that makes me think he has special scoring ability.

My biggest concern is his defensive abilities to guard any position let alone 2 or 3. I do like his rebounding ability and how many times he took the initiative to go get the ball so he could trigger the offense. There’s no question Hardaway would be a very solid fit if he’s there at 24 going forward, but I don’t know he has the NBA-ready defensive skills to fit right into Mike Woodson’s rotation next season.
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