Marcus Camby met with the Knicks yesterday and word is that the pow-wow was "very positive," for both sides. The veteran reportedly feels comfortable with the club in part because of his relationship with General Manager Glen Grunwald. Here's the latest out of Madison Square Garden…
- According to Frank Isola of the New York Daily News (via Twitter), there were preliminary discussions about a three-team deal that would have sent Kenyon Martin to the Knicks, but those talks have since cooled.
- While Camby and the Knicks seem to have hit it off, Randy Foye is looking at a couple of other teams that are more "active'' and it doesn't look promising on that front, tweets Marc Berman of the New York Post. The Mavericks, Rockets, Hawks, Suns, and Bucks are also said to be interested in the guard.
- Jared Zwerling of ESPNNewYork.com (via Twitter) hears that the Knicks won't make any more moves until the Jason Kidd and Marcus Camby situations are ironed out. The signing of Camby may seem increasingly likely but is still not a lock for New York.
- You can bet Carmelo Anthony is making a big push for Camby to join the Knicks, tweets Zwerling. Anthony and the big man played together in Denver from 2002/03 through 2007/08.