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    Knicks Sign Alec Burks 1 year $6M


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    Knicks Sign Alec Burks 1 year $6M

    I actually liked Burks coming out of the draft.

    Could be a low-key good addition. I would say heís the favorite to start at SG/SF. Waiting to see the moves that follow this though.

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    Quote Originally Posted by YoungStuna View Post
    I actually liked Burks coming out of the draft.

    Could be a low-key good addition. I would say heís the favorite to start at SG/SF. Waiting to see the moves that follow this though.

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    Seems solid to me.

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    I thought he was going to be the next Wade

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    Heís not bad. Would have liked more than one year, hate these merc one-years..

    Especially at that money. Not a bad type of player to have around. With a TO, better for us, and better for possible trade value

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    By mid-season he will have stripped Frank of his starting PG position just like the other "Burk(s)" did

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    we winning the title now

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    I posted this in the FA thread, but Burks shot 39% on pull-up 3s last season which is pretty absurd. Definitely a guy who can create his own shot on the outside. We havenít had a guy like that in forever.

    Two of Burksís best games last season:


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    Quote Originally Posted by YoungStuna View Post
    poor mans Allan Houston. Not bad. He has a post up game as well.

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    So barring further moves depth chart is:

    Frank-Burks-RJ-Obi-Mitch
    DSJ-IQ-Bullock-Knox-Randle
    Harper-Powell-Iggy-Davis

    Space for at least one more signing, maybe two unless we move Randle/DSJ, which could open a third spot.

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    ehh, its another stop gap signing. we haven't signed a potential long term piece since THJR, and then everyone hated it, even though that was finally a signing that made sense.

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    Soild singing, looks like he can be a playmaker also which is what we need. I see why they let Dotson go. I would of preferred a second year at least with a team option. Can't be upset at this signing...

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    Quote Originally Posted by nycericanguy View Post
    ehh, its another stop gap signing. we haven't signed a potential long term piece since THJR, and then everyone hated it, even though that was finally a signing that made sense.
    Lol that signing never made any sense, regardless of how well he plays as a 4th option on a superior team now.

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