The Knicks are bringing Jeremy Tyler to training camp, but they have their eyes on a few others who may join him. Here's the latest:
- Point guard Bobby Brown says the Knicks and his agent, Aaron Mintz, are meeting today to discuss a possible offer, reports Jared Zwerling of ESPNNewYork.com. New York can only give Brown the minimum salary, which isn't as much as a Chinese team is offering him. Still, the Euroleague standout is willing to sacrifice money to play in the NBA.
- Zwerling reported yesterday that five other teams had interest in Brown, but he tweets today that Brown has narrowed his choices to the Knicks and China. The Lakers and Clippers were in the mix for the Los Angeles native earlier this month, Zwerling writes, but their signings of Jordan Farmar and Darren Collison, respectively, took them out of the running.
- The Knicks are also in talks with Toure Murry about a deal, according to fellow ESPNNewYork.com scribe Ian Begley (on Twitter). Zwerling figured earlier today that Murry and Tyler, favorites of coach Mike Woodson, would wind up with the Knicks in training camp (Twitter link).