The second domino in the New York Knicks' offseason makeover appears poised to fall. After acquiring former MVP Derrick Rose in a trade with the Chicago Bulls last week, the Knicks are now reportedly set to sign Rose's former Chicago teammate Joakim Noah to a contract ESPN's Chris Broussard reports will pay him $72 million over four years.
Like Rose, Noah has fallen from his All-Star heights in part due to injuries. Can he return to form in his native New York City? And does such a large investment make sense for the Knicks?