Antoine Walker seems himself playing for the Knicks next season.
After a conversation with fellow Chicago native Isiah Thomas, Walker said he believes he'll eventually wind up playing in New York this season.
"I think I'm going to be in a Knick uniform," said Walker. "That's my prediction, but we'll wait and see."
Walker added, "I've got to go. There's too many negative things with the situation in Dallas."
For a Knick deal to work, it's believed that the Mavericks would need to bring in a third team. Mark Cuban wanted to figure out a way to get Vince Carter to Dallas but was rebuffed by Toronto.
Kurt Thomas would likely wind up in Dallas in such a scenario, and Dikembe Mutombo would be important to the deal because of his expiring contract.
Meanwhile, Jamal Crawford's agent, Aaron Goodwin, said Thomas and Bulls GM John Paxson can finish off a sign-and-trade deal for Crawford if the two sides sit down and talk.
"I think if they can get together, they can make something happen," Goodwin said.