The New York Knicks arenâ€™t in the market for a new GM just yet.Â Current GM Scott Perry will remain in that position for the upcoming NBA draft.
Perry hasnâ€™t been the problem.Â He put together a decent looking roster.Â The Knicks are one of the youngest teams in the league so thatâ€™s a start.Â However, if Perry isnâ€™t going to be in the Knicks future, why keep him around for the draft.
Perry shouldnâ€™t be making decisions for the organization if he isnâ€™t going to see them through.Â They should just cut ties with him now.Â Let the new regime begin the long quest to turn the franchise around.
Perry, unfortunately, shouldâ€™ve gotten the axe when Steve Mills was relieved of his duties.Â The Knicks needed to totally clean house.Â Theyâ€™re shouldnâ€™t be any person in the front office that was been there the past few years, maybe even decade.Â They need a clean slate.
What the Knicks have been trying to do hasnâ€™t been working.Â Yes, they did get younger and have a few good building blocks for the future.Â Thatâ€™s in partial part of Perry drafting well and being a decent elevator of talent, not Mills.
And while the New York Knicks have greatly under-performed, itâ€™s not totally Perryâ€™s fault.Â However, Perry still shouldnâ€™t be making decisions for the Knicks if Rose doesnâ€™t want to keep him around.