From Philly Burbs:
A potential sign-and-trade would bring Chris Duhon to Philadelphia and land free agent Andre Miller in New York.
Now that the Knicks are apparently interested in veteran point guard Andre Miller, a source close to the situation said Kevin Bradbury, the agent for New York point guard Chris Duhon, "is exploring the possibility" of a sign-and-trade involving Duhon and Miller.
The Sixers are apparently asking for more than Duhon, a solid point guard who will make $6 million in the final year of his contract. That could mean the Sixers want a draft pick, too.
I knew the Knicks wanted Andre Miller, but this trade makes no sense.
First off, the team would still need depth at point guard. No one is there as a backup.
Next, Chris Duhon had a solid season last year. Miller isn't a gigantic upgrade.
Philly is asking for more than just Duhon. If it's Eddy Curry, fine. But it probably won't be. The Knicks don't have draft picks or expiring contracts to spare.
And, oh yeah, Duhon is expiring after this season! The salary cap is already going down, moving Duhon would just add more salary to an offseason that becomes more unclear everyday.
After Grant Hill went back to Phoenix, the Post wrote this:
With Hill turning them down, Walsh said he will strengthen his focus on his own free agents, David Lee and Nate Robinson. Neither has an offer sheet from another team and it appears Lee can not sign for more than the mid-level exception.
Donnie Walsh and the Knicks fans alike should stop focusing on these questionable moves and take care of their own.