Kristaps Porzingis vaguely hinted that he could eventually leave the Knicks if the team isn't performing.
The New York Post is reporting that the Celtics will consider trading for Carmelo Anthony if they are eliminated in the first round of the playoffs.
Kristaps Porzingis said he "of course" wants to play for the Knicks next season, despite recent friction between himself and the team.
The Knicks lost the draft tiebreaker with the Timberwolves on Tuesday, which means New York will draft seventh, assuming they don't jump into one of the top three spots.
In an interview with FIBA.com, Kristaps Porzingis said he "absolutely" would like to play for Latvia's national team this summer.
Justin Holiday said that he would like to play on the same team as his brother Jrue.
Kristaps Porzingis is planning a long trip back to Latvia that may not include a return to New York until closer to the start of training camp, according to Adrian Wojnarowski of The Vertical.
Kristaps Porzingis skipped exit meetings on Friday "due to frustration over dysfunction, drama" surrounding the Knicks, according to ESPN's Ian Begley.
President Phil Jackson said Derrick Rose told him he'd like to return to the Knicks and Rose wants a chance to redeem himself.
Knicks president Phil Jackson said he thinks Carmelo Anthony "would be better off somewhere else."
Derrick Rose said he would "love" to stay in New York, but will explore all possibilities in free agency.
Kristaps Porzingis said he would be ready if asked to take on a bigger role in the Knicks offense next season.
According to Ian Begley of ESPN, Carmelo Anthony is "leaning strongly" toward waiving his no-trade clause this summer.
Kristaps Porzingis will experiment with boxing as a training method this offseason.
Carmelo Anthony will have an exit meeting with Phil Jackson, coach Jeff Hornacek and GM Steve Mills on Thursday.