Jun 30, 2016 10:03 AM EDT
NBA Seasons Dribbled: Latest 'New York Knicks' Updates due Free Agency
The New York Knicks team is eyeing on Joakim Noah to take lead in the future games.
The Knicks had been reportedly known to have the knick for high-spirited frontcourt powers since time immemorial.
And being in a close-call situation concerning Festus Ezeli's inevitable free agency, the team cannot risk leaving the spot open before the next season starts.
Apparently, more and more teams are being affected by the free-agency turnabouts of the MVPs.
While it is most beneficial for the individual player, it is however costly for the teams. But as the Knicks would put it: "Everything is business", the ESNY reported.
In fact, the team has been rumored by various sources to actually stake an-$18 million yearly contract with Noah, the Washington Post reported.
Nonetheless, the Knicks would even be more delighted to rank up the bracket as long as Noah promises to take on the team's center.
Personally, Noah was quoted during an interview saying that he has no problem with the either the free agency or the Knicks' contract features.
More so, he is more delighted to be reunited with long-parted teammate, Derrick Rose.
Meanwhile, Noah joins the other reigning NBA names for a possible superior free agency ranking, LeBron James with a $172,770,813 total career earnings, Andre Drummond with $10,659,171 projection, Kevin Durant with $108,668,918 and many others, Hoops Hype reported.
Even so, Noah insists he'd prefer a cheerful brush-up and reunion with Rose, Washington Post again reported.
However, despite the team's vocal summoning of Noah, it still ends up being divided within itself as half its members are either indifferent or wary at the idea.
Perhaps it can all be traced to Noah's eventual aging, deteriorating health issues, lasting physical injury damages and an alleged declining performance, the ESNY again reported.
Presently, rumors continue flying and spreading suspense to fans as to who Knicks would finally be signing in to, the latter Noah with $18 million on head or the former traded Robin Lopez, a more or less becoming player.
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