Don’t be surprise if the New York Knicks don’t make any moves prior to the trade deadline.
There have already been numerous reports about the New York Knicks getting a lot of attention with the NBA trade deadline approaching.
Frank Isola of the New York Daily News is reporting that the Knicks aren’t in a rush to make any big moves prior to the deadline.
Knicks president Steve Mills and general manager Scott Perry are in no rush to shake up the roster with the trade deadline looming next week. And honestly, there isn’t a lot the Knicks can do. They’d love to move Joakim Noah but unless they attach a first-round pick to any Noah deal — which they won’t — a trade involving the veteran center is unlikely.
The only player that I would like to see the Knicks part with is Kyle O’Quinn, due to the fact that he’s going to likely opt out of his contract this summer and it would nice if New York could get something for him.
Other than O’Quinn, I would love to see the Knicks move Joakim Noah, but who wouldn’t?
The best thing the Knicks can do is leave their roster the way it is and continue to develop the guys have while also hoping to clinch a playoff berth this season.