The New York Knicks have sent some-more than a few first-round picks divided in trades over a years.
At Monday’s city gymnasium event, New York Knicks executive Steve Mills pronounced a group will not trade initial turn picks. It’s unchanging with a position of a past few years, though a tip preference changed given 2014.
However, in a years before this final deal, a Knicks were magnanimous in their transformation of initial turn picks. What were a deals and how did they outcome for both parties involved?
Knicks acquire: Antonio McDyess and a 2002 initial turn pick
Nuggets acquire: Marcus Camby, Mark Jackson and a 2002 first turn pick
From a get-go, a New York Knicks struggled with a trade of initial turn picks. It started with a 2002 draft-day trade of Marcus Camby, Mark Jackson and a initial turn collect to a Denver Nuggets for Antonio McDyess and a 2002 first-round pick.
The Knicks preference that went to Denver? Nene Hilario, or usually famous as Nene, who’s 16 years and counting into his NBA career.
Nene grown into a peculiarity starter 10 seasons with a Nuggets, notwithstanding an array of injuries along a approach and no NBA All-Star diversion appearance. He gathered 12.4 points and 7 rebounds in 555 games and now plays for a Houston Rockets.
Camby continued his expansion as a starting center, as he played for a Nuggets until 2008, surfaced 3 blocks per diversion in 4 uninterrupted seasons and became one of a NBA’s tip defensive centers. He returned to a Knicks in 2012-13, though during a tail finish of his career.
Jackson never played for Denver, though that meant nothing, given Camby and Nene were some-more than peculiarity additions.
For a Knicks, they missed McDyess for all of a 2002-03 season, due to a knee injury, and usually had him for 18 games in 2003-04, before a trade to a Phoenix Suns that cost another first-round pick.
Even before that, McDyess played in usually 10 games in a 2001-02 season. He was a 20-10 actor in prior years, however, that might have led to a value a Knicks paid.
The Denver collect sent to New York, that became Frank Williams, usually played in 77 games from 2002-04, seemed 9 times for a Chicago Bulls in 2004-05 and never stepped onto an NBA justice again.
The Knicks mislaid out on a inestimable breeze collect and shipped divided one who could have stayed by a late 2000’s. It contributed to a team’s demeanour and what happened in 2004.