With the trade of Kristaps Porzingis, the Knicks lost the only recognizable star-caliber player on their roster.
The 23-year-old big man will probably not see the floor for the Mavericks this season due to his continued recovery from a torn ACL suffered last season, team owner Mark Cuban reportedly told ESPN on Friday.
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Obviously, the Mavericks made the move thinking that Porzingis will be playing for the team beyond 2020, creating a formidable 1-2 punch with star rookie Luka Doncic.
Despite his injury, Porzingis is still widely regarded as one of the most promising, young players in the league. Meanwhile, Nowitzki can rest assure that the Mavs are in good hands. "This is kind of a Dirk-and-[Steve] Nash type of situation, only these guys are taller". Heck, when you add Dirk Nowitzki to the mix, it's a European basketball fan's dream to see three of the best players from the continent suit up on the Mavs at the same time.
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Michel likely would have won the MVP award in both performances, so I'm willing to bite on him at 20-1 odds. "The night before, I'll sleep great", he said.
"He's mobile enough to play the 4".
Porzingis has not played a game this season due to an ACL tear he suffered in February 2018. Nash, of course, is long gone, and Nowitzki is nearing retirement; the Mavericks have slipped from a perennial playoff team to a franchise in rebuild mode-a rebuild that, until very recently, appeared to be going nowhere. It became clear in the 2016-17 season that those moves were not almost enough, and Dallas finished with one of the worst records in the league. "Knicks/Mavericks talks started picking up steam Wednesday night".
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