More

    My Thoughts on the Knicks Picking Up the Team Option on Scott Perry’s Contract:

    - Advertisement -

    The Knicks have picked up the team option on Scott Perry’s contract meaning Scott Perry will be with the team for the 2020-2021 season.

    This is honestly a surprise for many as usually, new presidents like to hire their own guys, but Leon must see enough in Perry to keep him. 

    Scott Perry has done a solid job at drafting, drafting players such as Kevin Knox (still very young), Mitchell Robinson, Allonzo Trier, RJ Barrett, and Ignas Brazdeikis.

    Scott Perry has also made some good trades like the Marcus Morris deal (we got a 1st round pick from it), and the Carmelo Anthony deal (we got Mitchell Robinson from it).

    However, he has also made some odd moves such as trading Kristaps for an odd return (even though it was for the cap space you still could have gotten more assets), and not pushing for the young guys to play enough. 

    At the end of the day, I believe Scott Perry has tried to do what is best for the organization and has done more right than wrong. I fully believe in Scott Perry, and hopefully, he can continue leading the Knicks in the right direction. 

    Let me know your thoughts on Scott Perry down below

    MORE
    - Advertisement -

    LATEST ARTICLES

    Four Players You Should Buy Low On In Fantasy Baseball

    With the 2022 Major League Baseball season now about a month old, some players have started the year hot, while others have not. As a result, there is no better time to acquire potential league-changing players at their lowest value in fantasy baseball. With that being said here are my best players to buy low on.

    The Best Major League Baseball Matchups For The 4/22 Weekend Slate

    The Best Major League Baseball Matchups For The 4/22 Weekend Slate

    Marlins Sign Jorge Soler; DFA Isan Diaz

    On Saturday, The Miami Marlins announced that they have agreed to a three-year, $36MM contract with Outfielder/Designated...

    What The Signing of Kris Bryant Means to the Colorado Rockies

    On Wednesday, the news broke that the Colorado Rockies have signed multi-positioned Kris Bryant to a 7 year, $182 million contract with...

    Related articles