March 6, 2017, 8:29 am
Breaking: It’s already lost. Noah’s perseverance is admirable, but don’t expect much. The Knicks would be wise to protect their investment here- Noah has three years and $56 million left on the contract he signed last offseason and is already as brittle as they come. And yes, that’s as odd for us to write as it is for you to read. With the Knicks out of playoff contention, there’s no point to rushing Noah back. If anything he’d sap the fantasy value of intriguing players like Willy Hernangomez and Kyle O’Quinn.