Another disappointing NBA season has ended for the New York Knicks. This is not something that is exactly uncommon in the Big Apple.
The Knicks have been the worst franchise in the NBA over the last decade. After a fluke season that saw the team finish as the fourth seed in the Eastern Conference, New York failed to qualify for the postseason and looked out of sorts from the opening weeks.
After a 5-1 start, the Knicks fell apart and will once again look to reshape the roster. This is something that the front office has been unable to do over the years, not that you will hear it directly from them. Owner James Dolan and general manager Scott Perry have been M.I.A. during the fall of the Knicks.
Unfortunately, this is not going to change and it is the reason that New York has been an unstable franchise for years now. If it is looking to shake things up in the offseason, the front office can look to make a deal with a team like the LA Clippers.
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The Clippers were taken down by injuries this season and it was clear from the start. Kawhi Leonard was recovering from a knee injury while Paul George also missed his fair share of time. George has since returned from his injury and the Clippers are hoping that Leonard can make a full recovery.
This is a chance for both sides to find a deal that can potentially help them in the direction they are going. Let’s take a closer look at what an NBA trade scenario might look like between the LA Clippers and New York Knicks.