New York Knicks: The best-case, worst-case scenarios for tradable assets
Apr 5, 2015; New York, NY, USA; New York Knicks general manager Phil Jackson smiles against the Philadelphia 76ers during the second half at Madison Square Garden. The Knicks defeated the 76ers 101 - 91. Mandatory Credit: Adam Hunger-USA TODAY Sports

The New York Knicks need to make most out of their tradable assets, whether they are in a win-now mode or decide to tank.

This is the time of the year when trade winds are starting to swirl through the NBA.

Kyle Korver has already been dealt to the Cleveland Cavaliers. There are many other front offices around the league looking to improve their team’s situation. The New York Knicks are no different.

New York is currently in a win-now mode. The problem is that they have not been winning. The Knicks have lost 12 of their last 15 games. That includes nine of their last ten games.

Trades will be needed whether they stay in a win-now mode or decide that tanking is the best option. New York does not have many assets to work with right now. The ones that they do have though could garner a decent return in the right deal. Let us take a look at the best and worst-case scenarios for each of the New York Knicks tradable assets.

Michael has been covering the Knicks since 2016. He does not claim to know everything about basketball, just more than most.