The New York Knicks’ season is headed no where fast and it’s time to unload some veteran players before the trade deadline.
You’re fooling yourself if you really believe the New York Knicks are going to make the playoffs this season.
That being said, it’s time for the Knicks and general manager Scott Perry to start unloading some veteran players before Thursday’s trade deadline.
Getting rid of O’Quinn makes the most sense, since it would allow the Knicks to give Willy Hernagomez more playing time.
I’m not sure why the Knicks aren’t pressed when it comes to trying to trade O’Quinn, since he’ll likely be leaving as a free agent this summer.
If New York was truly in the playoff hunt, I would say keep him, but their chances of making the postseason get worse by the day.
The Knicks should trade Lee, since it would allow them to move Tim Hardaway Jr. to shooting guard. They could then have Lance Thomas or Michael Beasley start at small forward.
Lee is a good player, but he’s a veteran that could help a playoff team. Maybe the Knicks could get an expiring contract, young player or draft pick for him.
Jack has been a big help for the Knicks, but now it’s time to hand over the starting point guard keys to Trey Burke, while also giving Frank Ntilikina more playing time.
Burke is a young and explosive player that has proven that he deserves to start.