Neither the bright lights of New York nor the glimmering rings of Phil Jackson were able to bring any star free-agents to the Knicks this offseason.
In his three-year career with the Magic, the Queens native has averaged 13 points, 10.5 rebounds and 2.1 blocks per 36 minutes.
Knicks get steal with O'Quinn
Orlando reserve center Kyle O'Quinn was near the top of a list of projected value free agents and the Knicks are getting him on a great deal: four years and $16M. Trade grades (Insider)
Will the Knicks' coaching staff led by Derek Fisher be able to get better production out of the No. 2 pick in the 2011 draft?
Orlando reserve center Kyle O'Quinn was near the top of a list of projected value free agents, and the Knicks are getting him on a great deal: four years and $16 million, Kevin Pelton writes.
The Knicks have agreed to acquire restricted free agent Kyle O'Quinn from the Orlando Magic. The Knicks also agreed with O'Quinn on a four-year, $16 million deal, sources told ESPN.com.
Lopez good value. Williams? Maybe not.
Kevin Pelton applauds the Knicks' agreement with center Robin Lopez during the third day of free agency but isn't convinced adding forward Derrick Williams will pay off. Pelton's Day 3 analysis (Insider)
Afflalo is a strong midrange shooter. He hit 46.1 percent of his midrange shots last season -- the tenth-highest percentage in the league.
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The Knicks continued to add through free agency by reaching an agreement with forward Derrick Williams on a two-year, $10 million deal, according to league sources.
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.
And for their next trick, the Knicks are meeting with Corey Brewer and Derrick Williams, according to sources.
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.
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)
Tom Haberstroh joins The Herd with Colin Cowherd to discuss Greg Monroe's signing with the Bucks and the Knicks' situation with Carmelo Anthony.
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.
The Mavs landed DeAndre Jordan, the Knicks got a frontcourt and the Kings rolled the dice on Rajon Rondo. Kevin Pelton sorts through the third day of free agency.
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
Free-agent center Robin Lopez has picked the New York Knicks for what sources said is a four-year deal with a total value of $54 million.
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.
The Knicks and Lakers were humbled in the first few days of NBA free agency. What other lessons did we learn?