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Robin Lopez to sign with Knicks, what's next?

Assuming Robin Lopez signs for $12 million a year, the Knicks would have approximately $7 million left over in cap space -- not enough to pay a star.

Knicks add Robin Lopez on four-year deal (2:18)
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Robin Lopez chooses the Knicks

The free-agent center picked New York over the Lakers, sources told ESPN's Marc Stein. Lopez and the Knicks agreed to a four-year contract worth $54M, according to ESPN sources and media reports.

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Knicks finalizing deal with Robin Lopez

The agreement is for four years, $54M. The center is choosing New York over the Lakers, so long as the Knicks don't sign DeAndre Jordan. (via ESPN and media reports)

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Afflalo on the decline?

Arron Afflalo signed with the Knicks at a low-price, but Kevin Pelton notes that his stats on both ends dropped last year. Pelton’s day-two analysis (insider)


Why Knicks struggle to recruit players

Between the unappetizing prospect of rebuilding and the fact players can get money and stardom elsewhere, Bruce Bowen and Tom Haberstroh aren't surprised with the weakening of New York's allure.

Why Knicks struggle to recruit players (1:18)
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Robin Lopez leaning toward Knicks

The center has picked the Knicks over the Lakers, sources told ESPN's Marc Stein. Lopez will sign with New York as long as DeAndre Jordan does not choose the Knicks. Story

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Could David Lee be Knicks' backup plan?

As they continue their search for a big man in free agency, the Knicks have discussed the possibility of bringing back David Lee, a source said.

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Lakers, Heat in hunt for Aldridge

The Lakers got a second meeting with LaMarcus Aldridge today, and the Heat are in the hunt as well. Aldridge will have a meeting tonight with Pat Riley, sources tell ESPN's Marc Stein. The Knicks' meeting with Aldridge has been put off.

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Carmelo 'waiting' for some good news

Several players the Knicks had eyed in free agency are now gone but big prizes like LaMarcus Aldridge and DeAndre Jordan still are available.

Can the Knicks land Aldridge? (2:43)
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Coco not a Carmelo fan

American tennis player Coco Vandeweghe, niece of former Knick Kiki Vandeweghe, on Carmelo: "I just feel that Carmelo, he is a bit soft. ... I don't think he has a killer instinct in his eyes, at least this last year." There's more

Complementing Melo (1:48)
Greg Monroe opts to sign with Bucks (2:06)
Arron Afflalo deal good for Knicks (2:18)

2014-15 Team Stats

Points Per Game91.930th
Rebounds Per Game40.429th
Assists Per Game21.319th
Points Allowed101.221st

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