Russell Westbrook (Russell Westbrook) is in hot demand, and it is reported that the Knicks (a member of a small group of potential trading partners) and the Houston Rockets discussed an agreement that would give the former MVP Take it to New York.
Recently, the idea of Westbrook being traded to the Knicks has been flooding us like lava, and on Friday, lava lava burned the rumors.
League sources said the Knicks are a short list of viable trade destinations for Houston Russell Westbrook.
If the Knicks proves willing to absorb the remaining 130+ million dollars in the Westbrook contract as his core strength, it will be a deal.
-Mark Stein (@TheSteinLine) November 13, 2020
That’s right, the Knicks are Westbrook’s “short list of viable trade destinations.” Westbrook turns 32 this week (happy birthday!) and is owed $130 million in the next three seasons. The quarrelling Westbrook will be a blockbuster for Leon Rose, who has been working in the shadows since he was the team president before the 2019-20 season of the Knicks shortened by the coronavirus. But would this be a wise move?
Before we try to answer this question, we must admit that Jonathan McCree of the Knicks Film Academy reports that RJ Barrett and Mitchell Robinson and other important young gears are not in the meeting, and New York does not have its own picks. This is reassuring and a step in the right direction of franchising.
At the same time, according to Adrian Wojnarowski of ESPN, Westbrook’s service market is not booming, so maybe the Knicks can buy him at a cheap price.
@NYPost_Berman said that if Russell Westbrook (Russell Westbrook) is on sale, Knicks President Leon Rose will go all out
“Their potential interest may come from using it as a threat tactic with OKC in any Paul conversation.” https://t.co/7tKNi5Shcc
-Knicks Film School (@KnickSchool) November 14, 2020
Nevertheless, the problem still exists. Should the Knicks trade Westbrook, especially if they don’t have to give up any major consequences? As a bystander, the easiest way is to be extreme in any direction.
Trading Westbrook would suck! In the best case, the Knicks will be an under-seeded playoff team in the East. They may never withdraw from the first round.
Trading Westbrook would be great! Maybe the Knicks will be an under-seeded playoff team in the East. They may even withdraw from the first round!
It is not possible to make all metaphysics a reality, but since the future has not yet happened, there is no way to know how to trade Westbrook. Multiverse theory holds that there are unlimited possibilities.
Here are some things we do know: Lars will immediately become the Alpha Dog in a team of naive cubs, which means he will either eat the Knicks alive or make them respectable. Westbrook has won the NBA of the Year honors nine times, including third place each of the past two years. During the 2019-20 regular season, Westbrook averaged 27 points, 8 rebounds and 7 assists per game. Robin became James Harden’s Batman, but injured The disease exacerbated the performance of the bubble. During his career, he has undergone various surgeries, including multiple surgeries on the knee, which are used for jumping.
There are strong arguments for and against the acquisition of Westbrook. On the one hand, his contract is an epic proportion, and in terms of the salary cap in the next few years, his acquisition will greatly reduce the Knicks’ room for maneuver. On the other hand, what if the Knicks led by Westbrook are both good and exciting enough to attract more stars to Madison Square Garden?
Going back to the first hand, we can see that Westbrook encountered his problems in the media, which means that if he cannot carry the Knicks on his shoulders, things may become ugly. Finally, on the other hand, we remembered that Westbrook was the ultimate contender. He went all out and obviously cared about winning.
This dancing back and forth will continue to advance in our minds until the suspension of trade is lifted and something does happen. If Leon Rose really wants to get our attention, he will shock everyone by trading Harden.