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Arron Afflalo Agrees To Two-Year, $16M Deal With Knicks
Arron Afflalo has a player option for the second season.

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Rockets, Pelicans, Knicks Interested In Kendrick Perkins
Kendrick Perkins finished last season with the Cavaliers, but only played sparingly.

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Patrick Beverley Receives Interest From Knicks, Mavericks
The Knicks reached out to Patrick Beverley shortly after the start of free agency.

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Knicks To Meet With Monroe, Jordan, Aldridge; Not Expected To Pursue Rondo
Greg Monroe gets the Knicks' first free agency meeting.

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Derrick Williams To Receive Interest From Kings, Wizards, Rockets, Lakers, Heat, Suns, Knicks
Derrick Williams has been with the Kings since 2013 when he was traded by the Wolves.

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Pelicans, Bucks, Knicks Among Interested Teams For Robin Lopez
The Pelicans, Bucks and Knicks are so far among the strongest suitors for Trail Blazers free agent Robin Lopez, league sources told RealGM.

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DeAndre Jordan Seeking 3+1 Contract, Bigger Role On Offense
A source said that it's "50/50" between the Clippers and Mavericks to sign DeAndre Jordan.

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Porzingis Questionable For Summer League With Hip Injury, Receives Call From Carmelo
Carmelo Anthony reached out directly to Kristaps Porzingis following reports of his disapproval of the pick by the Knicks on draft night.

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LaMarcus Aldridge Sets Order Of Free Agency Meetings
LaMarcus Aldridge will meet with seven teams in free agency.

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Knicks Considered Frontrunners For Greg Monroe, Arron Afflalo
Arron Afflalo could earn a deal in the neighborhood of three years, $36 million-$38 million.

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Al-Farouq Aminu To Meet With Knicks, Celtics, Blazers, Raptors, Pelicans
The Mavericks are also in the mix to re-sign Al-Farouq Aminu.

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Greg Monroe Plans To Meet With Knicks, Celtics, Bucks, Lakers, Blazers
Greg Monroe admits he is out of the Pistons' plans.

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Caron Butler Expected To Field Interest From Bulls, Clippers, Spurs, Lakers, Knicks
Caron Butler has emerged as a candidate for the Bulls, Clippers and Spurs, a league source told RealGM.

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Carmelo Privately Expresses 'Displeasure' With Knicks' Draft Night Moves
Carmelo Anthony reportedly expressed "displeasure" to Tim Hardaway Jr. with the draft night moves made by Phil Jackson.

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Knicks Trade Tim Hardaway Jr. To Hawks For Jerian Grant
Jerian Grant will join the Knicks with the 19th pick.

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Report: David West 'Very Likely' To Sign With Knicks
David West opted for free agency this week, declining his player option with the Pacers.

Jared Zwerling/Bleacher Report

Pistons Interested In Tim Hardaway Jr. Deal With Knicks
The Pistons could be looking to trade away Brandon Jennings as they acquired Reggie Jackson at the deadline.

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Kevon Looney Could Have Odom-Type Role In Triangle
Kevon Looney grew up as a fan of the Lakers while Phil Jackson was head coach running the triangle offense.

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D'Angelo Russell Believes He Can Thrive In Triangle
D'Angelo Russell wasn't familiar with the triangle a few weeks ago, but he studied it during a film session with Phil Jackson this month.

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Jackson To Dolan On Isiah: This Has The Look Of Putting The Fox In The Henhouse
Isiah Thomas and Phil Jackson have only spoken briefly since his return to MSG.

Scott Cacciola/New York Times

Phil Jackson: 'Goink' Comments About Whether 3-Point Percentage Changes In Playoffs
Phil Jackson initiated a discussion of three-point shooting during the playoffs when he appeared to criticize teams like the Warriors who take a lot of those shots.

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Lou Williams' Expected Free Agent Interest Gives Raptors Competition
Lou Williams is expected to receive strong interest from teams that include the Kings, Lakers, Knicks and Nets, sources tell RealGM.

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Payne: Cauley-Stein Has Wall-ish Size, Athleticism At 7-1
Kenny Payne, associate head coach of Kentucky, received glowing reviews from the Knicks on the workout of Willie Cauley-Stein.

Marc Berman/New York Post

Frank Kaminsky To Have Dinner, Workout With Knicks
The Knicks are thin in the frontcourt and Frank Kaminsky would be a natural fit in the triangle offense.

Marc Berman/New York Post

Knicks Active On Market To Buy A Second Draft Pick
The Knicks have worked out several players, including Mam Jaiteh, selling the potential that the team will acquire a pick in their range.

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Mavs Believed To Be Bigger Threat For LaMarcus Aldridge Than Spurs
The general idea of returning to Texas rather than a specific city or team appeals to LaMarcus Aldridge the most at this point.

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Cavaliers Pursued Trade For Pablo Prigioni At Deadline
Pablo Prigioni would have given the Cavaliers more depth at point guard.

Marc Berman/New York Post

Knicks Interested In Trading Down For Cameron Payne
The Knicks will have a workout with Cameron Payne during the week of June 15th.

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Knicks Have Strong Interest In Trey Lyles
Phil Jackson sees Trey Lyles as a good fit for the triangle offense.

Frank Isola/New York Daily News

Knicks Considering Willie Cauley-Stein At No. 4
The Knicks realize they need to improve defensively, which is why Willie Cauley-Stein and Justise Winslow could be options.

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