J.R. Smith is set to make about $2.5 million with the New York Knicks next season, but has a player option in his contract that allows him to opt-out before July 1. It is still uncertain whether or not Smith, a New Jersey native, will leave New York and seek a bigger and longer deal from another team. Most fans hope Smith returns next season since the Knicks will still be over the cap even if he opts-out, but that may not be in the Knicks’ best interest.
Carmelo Anthony had a career year for the New York Knicks last season, leading the franchise to its first Atlantic Division title since 1994. All season long, Melo played dominant basketball, drawing double-teams as the centerpiece ... Read Post
New York Knicks shooting guard J.R. Smith will reportedly opt out of of his player option and become an unrestricted free agent this summer. The news comes from ESPN's Jared Zwerling: J.R. Smith will not opt in with the New York Kni... Read Post