Knicks Still Chasing Al Harrington
Knicks president Donnie Walsh continues to pursue Golden State forward Al Harrington, but may need a third team to make a trade happen.
Harrington’s contract matches the salary of Eddy Curry, who fell out of Mike D’Antoni’s rotation even before suffering a knee injury. He is expected to be sidelined for two weeks.
The Knicks are willing to trade Curry, but the Warriors don’t appear to have much interest in the former Bulls center. One other possibility would be for the Knicks to trade Malik Rose and David Lee to Golden State for Harrington. Otherwise, Walsh will have to find a third party.
One such team could be the San Antonio Spurs, who have a history of making trades with the Knicks and desperately need additional scoring.