“If you had Kobe (Bryant) in Los Angeles and Wade in New York, where does that leave LeBron … in Cleveland?” the source said. “But the Knicks are not waiting. They’re trying to get a commitment out of Wade.”
With both James and Wade expected to announce their decisions by the end of the week, the Knicks are running out of time but not ideas to make one final pitch.
Crunch time for everyone involved. Will the Knicks be shut out of big names and be forced to be far more creative? Can the big boys really pass the number one market and the chance to be paired with Amar’e? Time will tell.