I posted that in the KD thread. Supposedly that new building can pay for some of it and those tech billionaires can afford their expensive hobbies out there.Holy cow. They just broke it down on ESPN and it would cost 1.6 billion over the next 4 seasons to keep the Golden State Warriors intact with resigning KD and Klay. KD doing their owner a favor by leaving.
I'm drawing the line here as to what would be an acceptable return for Ntilikina. Might as well keep him if we can't get better than right where we should have picked in the second round.
He hasn't set foot in the Knicks facility in the off-season. Went back to France and lately is training with some guy in Dallas. Can't blame him, the guy didn’t improve one iota with that Knicks coaching staff. Eisley won't be back and Mike Miller becomes the player development assistant so that's got to help the young guys I hope.I think you may have said it before. His cap hit is so high disproportionate to his current value that it’s almost as if we would have to send out a pick instead of receive one to trade him. Might as well keep him and play him this year. Fizdale and the front office has really done a hell of a job alienating him though.
I did find it odd they took a PG, when it was being reported that PF was the big need they sought to fill in the second round.