karacha wrote:Great. Morris/Ebanks/Martin/Hill/Sacre.
therealdeal wrote:I still would like him on the team, especially now that he's hungry to prove his worth, but we don't need him as much as we need someone like Delonte West.
Heck not even Delonte, but a more serviceable 3rd string PG.
Ariza3 wrote:would be good reassurance for a jordan hill / dwight injury. his game is the same as hip essentially
KB24 wrote:there is a reason no NBA team has touched him yet with a 10 foot pole.
revgen wrote:^A new article came out yesterday reporting on Kenyon's despair after finding out that no NBA team wants to sign him.
Doc Brown wrote:We would have so much length, damn, sign him up.
TIME wrote:revgen wrote:^A new article came out yesterday reporting on Kenyon's despair after finding out that no NBA team wants to sign him.
Thanks. Moving to NBA since the new article was not Lakers related and there is no indication we are interested in him.
Knicks Interested In Kenyon Martin Again
By Adrian Wojnarowski and Marc J. Spears | Yahoo! Sports
As Rasheed Wallace's foot injury lingers, the New York Knicks are showing a renewed interest in free-agent forward Kenyon Martin, league sources told Yahoo! Sports.
The Knicks have done some additional fact-finding on Martin in recent days, sources said.
Martin has been open-minded about the possibility of accepting a 10-day contract to get the opportunity to prove his value to the Knicks, sources said.
Wallace has missed 12 straight games with what the Knicks call a "stress reaction" in his left foot. The uncertainty surrounding Wallace's return has made the Knicks circle back on the possibility of signing Martin, sources said.
Wallace's status is the "critical piece" to the Knicks signing Martin, one league official said.
Martin, 35, played the most reduced role of his career with the Los Angeles Clippers in his 12th season in 2011-12. The Knicks' roster includes four former teammates of Martin that he's has good relationships with: Carmelo Anthony, J.R. Smith, Marcus Camby and Jason Kidd.
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