NBA’s free agency frenzy continues as the Knicks and Hawks both boosted their stocks in the east.
New York landed an All-Star “out of nowhere” while the Hawks finally committed to a max contract on one of their rising stars.
Read on for all the latest news on trades, contracts and more.
Kemba Walker has agreed to sign with the Knicks and form a point guard tandem with Derrick Rose after being bought out by the Oklahoma City Thunder on Wednesday, according to an NBA source.
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The Knicks feel Walker, who played at Rice High School in Harlem and UConn, can still be an All-Star-caliber guard if his body is right after an injury-ravaged 2020-21 campaign.
The 31-year-old’s play slipped this past season as he dealt with a left knee injury, playing in 43 of 72 games…