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    Default Far in the future...

    Rubio?
    Kyrie Irving?
    Both?

    Melo, Chandler, Smith, Kidd (yup) still on the team.

    You get it. Bring your ideas.

    Edit: Shump of course.
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    Love is not happy in MN, after next season trade Amare's expiring contact along with Novak and some picks. Re-sign Melo,Tyson, and Shump, sign a decent veteran PG.

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    Rubio or Irving would be marvelous options, but their health issues will always concern me on some Penny Hardaway type ish.

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    Originally Posted by metrocard
    Rubio or Irving would be marvelous options, but their health issues will always concern me on some Penny Hardaway type ish.
    I think either would be great. Personally I would rather have Irving. Damn, why couldn't Nash sign with us.

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    Nash? Guy can't play defense, but would be good duo with Kidd, definitely better than Felton.

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    If Kyrie Irving came to the Knicks, I'd cry.

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    I wish I could look into the far future but Amar'e Stoudemire doesn't allow me to. His contract alone has been haunting the Knicks since they negotiated it. By the time Amar'e's contract expires Carmelo Anthony and Tyson Chandler will be a step slower and there will be more attractive destinations for free agents.

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    Really don't see Irving leaving Cleveland, but hey its the NBA anything can happen

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    dont even compare Rubio to Irving


    Rubio is FIBA player Irving is atleticism and he scored over 40 @ MSG

    ricky just few layups


    both after strong injuries.

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    Agree, I'd love to have Kyrie here more than Ricky, interesting though, alot of our contracts will end at an interesting time, we're in our 3 years to win with current core, but when that's over we could really retool with guys like Irving, Rubio and Love as mentioned, but impossible to predict, depends what happens in next three years, who wants to play here, who extends with current squad, etc

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    Originally Posted by bigapple
    dont even compare Rubio to Irving


    Rubio is FIBA player Irving is atleticism and he scored over 40 @ MSG
    This is blasphemy. Rubio is an amazing player on both ends of the court.

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    Originally Posted by bigapple
    dont even compare Rubio to Irving


    Rubio is FIBA player Irving is atleticism and he scored over 40 @ MSG

    ricky just few layups


    both after strong injuries.
    Irving is more skill over athleticism, he's not a fast PG, but utilizes changing pass and elite footwork to beat his man. Westbrook is athletic.

    Rubio has elite PG potential, he's a better passer, floor general and defender than Irving, but Irving is better overall and can improve on his passing and defense.

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    After CP3, Irving my next favorite PG option for the Knicks. It's a way down the road but I would love to see it some day.

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    Originally Posted by DCinNY
    I think either would be great. Personally I would rather have Irving. Damn, why couldn't Nash sign with us.
    You realize Kidd is outplaying Nash by a long **** right? And he's costing us 1/4th of what Nash would've; not to mention they wanted Shumpert for Nash. No thank you

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    A core of Uncle Drew, Wes, and Melo would be awesome.

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