New York Knicks fans heard crickets as the clock rolled past the 3pm deadline. Â However, the Knicks did make a couple of moves after the deadline past.
The New York Knicks officially complete buyouts with center Enes Kanter and most recently acquired guard Wes Matthews. Â Both of these do not come as a shocker and more routine.
Thereâ€™s nothing much on Matthews being bought out. Â No one expected him ot be a Knick long. Â He averaged 7 points a game and one sweet headband. Â It is reported that Matthews will sign with the Indiana Pacers. Â Thank you for your 2 game service.
Kanter, on the other hand, man, what a character. Â Most fans couldnâ€™t wait for this guy to get bought out. Â He simply wore out his welcome. Â Kanter was great on offense, but sluggish on defense. Â I also got a few chuckles from him on social media, but more confusion. Â Kanter turned into a cancer and tried his best to always appear jovial.
Kanter is in a battle with the Turkish government and brought unnecessary attention to the team for not playing. Â I mean come on man, what do you expect on the leagues youngest team? Â To play all the time? Â Quit whining and making it all out to be about you.
Nothing more to say on Kanter. Â Fans know everything about this guy because heâ€™s active on social media and in the national media through his legal battle. Â Thank you for your weirdish time as a Knick.
The Boston Celtics have expressed interest in Kanter after the buyout. Â This bods well for the Knicks. Â Once Kyrie Irving sees how weird Kanter is, heâ€™ll want out.
Iâ€™ll end it with Kanterâ€™s most memorable Knick quote and didnâ€™t come true, â€œWhen I think of the playoffs, my nipples get hard.â€