1 Perfect Offseason Trade Target For New York Knicks

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The New York Knicks’ 2021-22 NBA season ranks somewhere between a disappointment and an outright disaster. However you prefer to phrase it, they should be looking to make changes this summer.

This group’s offensive attack was anemic. All told, their Offensive Rating of 111.47 ranked 17th in the NBA. Compared to last year, much of their slippage can probably be attributed to a similar trend in Julius Randle’s game.

The veteran forward may have been 2020-21’s most improved player, but he also may have been 2021-22’s most regressed.

The Knicks will have decisions to make this summer. Mitchell Robinson will be a restricted free agent. It may be time to move Julius Randle.

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On the other hand, they could opt to find him a co-star. The Knicks do have several moveable veteran contracts. They could consolidate a couple of them and some draft picks to get back to the heights they reached last year.

Julius Randle may be overburdened as a first option, but that doesn’t mean he couldn’t thrive as a second banana or even a 1A. If the New York Knicks opt to build a win-now team heading into 2022-23, they’ll need another dynamic offensive player.

The Cleveland Cavaliers may have just the player.

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