Frede_A avatar
s/knicks  
Posted by 
u/Frede_A
 
  

Knicks go with the young players! Ideal off season - Yes or No?


SUCCESS

Knicks

Knicks

+4 players ($65.2m) +5 picks,
Cap Impact - $13.2M
  • Gordon Hayward
    Gordon Hayward
    SF, 6' 7", -0.97 LEBRON
    Movement Shooter

    $30.0M

    2yrs

    4
  • Eric Bledsoe
    Eric Bledsoe
    PG, 6' 1", -1.29 LEBRON
    Primary Ball Handler

    $19.3M

    1yr

    25
  • Maurice Harkless

    RT

    Maurice Harkless
    SF, 6' 7", -1.51 LEBRON
    Recently Traded | Stationary Shooter

    $4.5M

    1yr

    26
  • Richaun Holmes
    Richaun Holmes
    C, 6' 10", -0.74 LEBRON
    Roll + Cut Big

    $11.2M

    3yrs

    26
  • draft-pick-player

    2025 - Round 1

    via OKC or BKN
    11
  • draft-pick-player

    2023 - Round 1

    via MIL
    11
  • draft-pick-player

    2025 - Round 1

    via MIL
    25
  • draft-pick-player

    2022 - Round 1

    via NOP
    #15
    4
  • draft-pick-player

    2022 - Round 1

    #4
    26

-6  Wins

-62.83  MPG

-0.74  Off.

+2.71  Def.

Hornets

Hornets

+3 players ($28.4m) +1 pick,
Cap Impact - $1.6M
  • Kemba Walker

    RT

    Kemba Walker
    PG, -0.81 LEBRON
    Recently Traded | Secondary Ball Handler

    $9.1M

    1yr

    20
  • Alec Burks

    RT

    Alec Burks
    SG, 6' 6", 0.29 LEBRON
    Recently Traded | Primary Ball Handler

    $10.0M

    2yrs

    20
  • Nerlens Noel

    RT

    Nerlens Noel
    C, 6' 11", -0.72 LEBRON
    Recently Traded | Roll + Cut Big

    $9.2M

    2yrs

    20
  • draft-pick-player

    2022 - Round 1

    #11
    20

+4  Wins

+44.80  MPG

-2.52  Off.

+2.25  Def.

Rockets

Rockets

+1 pick
  • draft-pick-player

    2022 - Round 1

    #13
    4

+ 0  Wins

+ 0  MPG

+ 0  Off.

+ 0  Def.

Trail Blazers

Trail Blazers

+2 players ($26.1m),
Cap Impact + $13.0M
  • Justin Holiday

    RT

    Justin Holiday
    SG, 6' 6", -1.08 LEBRON
    Recently Traded | Movement Shooter

    $6.2M

    1yr

    26
  • Julius Randle
    Julius Randle
    PF, 6' 8", -0.36 LEBRON
    Stretch Big

    $23.7M

    4yrs

    20

+4  Wins

+37.93  MPG

+0.21  Off.

-0.36  Def.

Kings

Kings

+2 players ($24.0m) +2 picks,
Cap Impact + $1.8M
  • Evan Fournier
    Evan Fournier
    SG, 6' 7", -1.05 LEBRON
    Movement Shooter

    $18.0M

    3yrs

    20
  • Cam Reddish

    TO

    Cam Reddish
    SF, 6' 8", -3.83 LEBRON
    Team Option | Movement Shooter

    $5.9M

    1yr

    20
  • draft-pick-player

    2022 - Round 1

    #7
    25
  • draft-pick-player

    2023 - Round 1

    via DAL
    20

-2  Wins

-19.90  MPG

+3.05  Off.

-4.60  Def.

Hornets fans I know you probably think i'm an idiot right now but this actually makes sense for you. - Hornets do this because of salary reasons, they're not a team that pays the luxury tax and with guys like Bridges, Washington and Oubre soon to be free agents tuning Hayward 2yr/60mil into 3 1yr/10mil contract saves them alot of money and gives them flexibility.

Blazers do this deal because of Lillard, they need to add talent to make him happy and Randle is that. - 20/10 player who can get his own shot, you add a solid rotation wing in Holiday and keep your 20mil exception to still go after Jeremi Grant or another player.

Kings are trying to make the playoffs next year so why not add one of the best 3pt shooters in Fournier to open up the floor for Fox/Sabonis, Reddish is still a questionmark but talent is definitely there, you move back to 7th and a future 1st.

Rockets want talent so they give up two 1st that's gonna be in the 20's for a lottery pick.

Knicks draft Ivey at 4 and Eason or another big wing at 15. - We add 3 future 1st for a big trade later down the road and we get two vets. - Holmes fills the hole for Mitch who's most likely leaving and Hayward comes in and starts at the 3, with his injury history he doesn't block any young player.


-2