This Knicks-Magic Trade Features Markelle Fultz To NYC

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No matter what you thought of the New York Knicks during their run to the No. 4 seed in the 2020-21 season or coming into the 2021-22 season, they have turned in a disappointing campaign. The Knicks are currently sitting 5.5 games out of the NBA Play-In Tournament, as they look destined to head back to the NBA Lottery.

New York will fight until the very end when they are mathematically eliminated from the postseason, but there are some people within the organization already setting plans for the offseason. This is an important one for the Knicks, as they could look to make some sizable changes.

The biggest one could be moving on from Julius Randle. Randle was named an All-Star last season and earned a spot on the All-NBA Second Team for his performance. He signed an extension in the offseason but has regressed this season.

There was some discussion about trading Randle ahead of the deadline, but nothing came to fruition. Talks could pick up again in the offseason, but what the Knicks need is an answer at point guard.

LATEST NBA NEWS & TRADE RUMORS: Why Knicks Need To Move On From Julius Randle Soon

Acquiring an upgrade at the position would help cover up a lot of the team’s shortcomings. Could Markelle Fultz of the Orlando Magic be an option in the offseason?

Let’s take a look at this hypothetical deal that lands Fultz in The Big Apple this offseason via trade.

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