Team RankingPTS/GOPP PTS/G
Atlantic Division104.5 (4th)108.0 (4th)
Eastern Conference9th9th


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Knicks' Kristaps Porzingis: Meeting with team doctors this week
by RotoWire Staff | RotoWire

Porzingis (knee) will meet with team doctors this week, Steve Popper of Newsday reports. General manager Steve Mills stated, "We'll have some medical evaluations of [Porzingis] this week and we'll start to develop what the right plan is for him to come back. We're not going to do anything that jeopardizes the future of this franchise and we're going to be consistent and stay true to that."

The continued sentiment from management is that this season is "a time focused on player development", indicating there will be no rush to bring back Porzingis, who tore his ACL in early February. It's possible a more specific timeline will emerge after he meets with team doctors. From a fantasy perspective, the murkiness of the situation makes it tough to determine where to draft Porzingis, who averaged 22.7 points, 6.6 rebounds, 2.4 blocks and 1.9 threes last season. Even when he returns, it's possible he sees limited minutes and takes frequent nights off.

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Knicks' Joakim Noah: Departure from New York imminent
by RotoWire Staff | RotoWire

The Knicks are expected to part ways with Noah prior to the start of training camp later this month, Shams Charania of The Athletic reports.

New York has reportedly reached out to other clubs to gauge their interest in acquiring Noah, but any deal the Knicks might swing would likely hinge on their willingness to pick up most of the nearly $38 million remaining on the center's contract, which runs through the 2019-20 season. If a trade can't be worked out before camp opens, the Knicks would likely use a waive-and-stretch provision to remove Noah from the roster. Noah has played just 82 total games across the past three seasons due to both health issues and his fractured relationship with the Knicks, but the 33-year-old could still offer some value off the bench for a team thanks to his defensive abilities and passing skills.

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2017-18 Team Leaders
PPGEnes Kanter, C14.1
RPGEnes Kanter, C11
APGJarrett Jack, PG5.6
FG%Enes Kanter, C59.2
FT%Enes Kanter, C84.8
3P%Courtney Lee, SG40.6
BLOCKSKyle O'Quinn, C98
STEALSCourtney Lee, SG80
MPGCourtney Lee, SG30.4

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