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20 April 2017, 04:18 | Melissa Porter
New York Knicks power forward Kristaps Porzingis could be on the team's trading block this summer
"Of course", Porzingis told the New York Post when asked if he wants to be a Knick next year. The Big Apple squad is said to be asking for a top pick in the upcoming 2017 NBA Draft this June, a player, and more future draft picks.
The New York Knicks have been a disaster despite having Carmelo Anthony, Joakim Noah and Derrick Rose on the roster, and now, they might have to resort to trading away one of their best players. "I love New York", Porzingis said in an interview outside of his Manhattan apartment complex.?
Despite refusing to meet with team president Phil Jackson after the end of the 2016-17 regular season, New York Knicks star Kristaps Porzingis wants to stay with his current team.
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