We used to have a mildly active Knicks thread here, but that was so long ago that it didn't even come up on a search. Since with the Porzingis blockbuster, they have again entered the possible fringe of relevance, I thought I'd start a thread... So you guys primarily know me as a loony Yankee fan, but I have probably been more of a Knicks fan over the past 40 years as a whole. That has largely faded in recent years, and I never underestimate the ability of Dolan's employees to screw up any and all situations, but this at least feels much more thought out than the similar attempt in the original summer of LeBron (2010). We'll see in July what they can actually pull off, but even the tanking is being much more successfully executed this time (so far, again they always screw this up in the final few weeks). So pulling numbers out of the air, I am going to put NY's chances of Durant at 60 percent, Kyrie at 20 percent, and Zion at 14 percent. That is a combined 1.6 percent chance for all three, but if they do somehow pull that off, there is a lot of talented and raw youth behind them: Knox (19) Smith Jr. (21) Ntilikina (20) Mitchell Robinson (20) (a 7 foot pogo stick on both ends, if he can just stay healthy) Trier (22) It's the Knicks, so they are going to end up with max deals to Boogie and Kemba and Cam Reddish at #4, but at least there is a flicker of hope for now.