Knicks hope to land a 2014 draft pickPosted by Inside Hoops
Here’s the New York Post reporting on the Knicks, who currently have no pick in the upcoming 2014 NBA Draft:
The Knicks and Oklahoma City could be linked by more than Derek Fisher’s coaching future.
As Fisher mulls his next career step, the Thunder are looking at trading at least one of their late first-round picks, and Knicks president Phil Jackson said he’s looking to obtain a pick for either round of the NBA Draft. The Post reported at February’s trade deadline Oklahoma City made an offer for Iman Shumpert, but the Knicks passed. ESPN.com reported the Thunder offered their 29th pick.
That was before Jackson came aboard, and talks surely will be staged between the two clubs. The Nets are also trying to obtain a late first-round or second-round pick, according to general manager Billy King.
Oklahoma City has the 21st and 29th picks.