Knicks pick up Camby from the Rockets!
@SportsBata ..nuff said
#KnicksSignTradeCamby The NY Knicks picked up Marcus Camby on a sign-and-trade deal with the Houston Rockets, last night! #Camby, 38, will make his big return to the #BigApple (1998-2002) agreeing to sign a three-year deal worth close to $13 Million w/ $10 Million guaranteed! The Rockets will receive Toney Douglas and his expiring contract, young Center’s Josh Harrellson and Jerome Jordan, and two future second-round picks in the trade! #Chandler was looking for a solid center to back him up, so overall it was a smart trade! Harrellson and Jordan have some talent, but need a lot of work.
#KnicksResignNovakJRSmith Steve Novak and J.R. Smith have agreed to re-sign with the #Knicks! #Novak agreed to a four-year deal worth $15 Million, and J.R. Smith agreed to a two-year deal w/ $2.8 Million guaranteed for the first season and a player option for the second season!
#HowardBK4TeamTrade The Dwight Howard to #Brooklyn trade has expanded to a four team deal, #Brooklyn MarShon Brooks (key in trade) was shaky shot 0-10 (0-3 from three) in the Summer League (against the Magic), and #Brooklyn D-Will is eager to team up with #Howard! Check out the ‘proposed’ four-team deal below!
According to sources the Nets would receive Howard, Jason Richardson, Chris Duhon and Earl Clark in the proposed deal. The Magic would get Brook Lopez, Luke Walton, Damion James, Shelden Williams, Armon Johnson and three first-round picks — two from the Nets and a lottery-protected first from the Clippers. The Cavs would get Kris Humphries, Quentin Richardson, Sundiata Gaines, a first-round pick from the Nets and $3 million in cash. The Clippers would receive MarShon Brooks.
The deal also could involve the Charlotte Bobcats replacing the Cavaliers, league sources told ESPN The Magazine’s Ric Bucher. – espn
#KingJames proclaimed that signing #JKidd to a three-year deal was “really good” for the #Knicks! Check out the quotes below!
“It can’t hurt them,’’ James said yesterday after the U.S. Olympic Team’s practice at UNLV. “J-Kidd is a champion. He’s going to be a Hall of Famer when he decides to hang it up. He’s going to help them a lot. His mind, the reason he’s been able to play so long is because he can think the game better than a lot of guys who are faster than him and have more athleticism.
“He’s great for the game. I love him. I always looked up to him. He’s going to be really good for that team.’’ – nypost