Published: Thu, February 07, 2019
Sport | By Kayla Schwartz

Kristaps Porzingis on New York Knicks fans: "Stay woke"

Kristaps Porzingis on New York Knicks fans:

Although not all the details are known, it's a fact that there has been a strong disconnect between Porzingis and Knicks management which culminated recently.

Porzingis has not played in 2018-19 after tearing his ACL in February 2018.

In case you have been living under a rock the last 24 hours, the New York Knicks and Dallas Mavericks have agreed to a deal that will send Kristaps Porzingis, among others, to the Dallas Mavericks with Dennis Smith jr. and a couple of others coming to New York.

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The Feb. 7 trade deadline is inching closer as National Basketball Association teams continue to look for ways to improve their rosters for the impending postseason run.

Still, once Porzingis returned to his normal ways as one of the top forwards in the NBA, New York at least seemed like they would become a threat in the Eastern Conference at some point for Philadelphia.

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A rival National Basketball Association executive reportedly informed Bleacher Report's Howard Beck that the New York Knicks believe they can land Kevin Durant this off-season.

The Knicks were looking for salary-cap relief and young players or future first-round picks in a trade.

"And they trade him for cap space. Why?"

James Dolan, the New York-based company's billionaire chief executive officer, has been adamant about intentions to diversify the business and pursue entertainment endeavors.

Porzingis will probably not play for the Mavericks this season as he continues to recover from the injury, owner Mark Cuban told ESPN's Tim MacMahon.

The Knicks (10-40) have struggled without Porzingis, who was averaging a career-best 22.7 points per game before he injured his left knee during a breakout All-Star season in 2017-18.

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