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    Reflecting on the Knicks Free Agency

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    Obviously the end of our free agent squad is coming to an end, with most of them being released or traded. Now looking back, how do you guys feel about the free agents we signed, and which free agents do you want to keep? I thought the idea of these free agents were a little odd after they all signed, but I did like the fact that we were flexible with our cap space, giving 1+1 deals with the option being a team option giving us the leverage. I thought that all of these guys had grit and passion, and giving them 1 year contracts would push them to excel. However, the players are all practically average, meaning we aren’t having a great year. Some of these guys have had moments, Payton and Morris especially, but we obviously don’t have an allstar (which we thought we were getting in Randle) and don’t have any long term pieces since Morris, our best player, is already 30 years old. It was a good shot to make the playoffs, but the talent just wasn’t there. Also, the fact that we are taking minutes from the young guys is frustrating, and that is why I believe we should get rid of as many vets as possible. I think we should trade everyone besides Randle, and get picks in return/young players that are flyers, allowing the young guys to get the opportunity to grow.
    Let me know your guys thoughts below!

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