New York Notes: Teletovic, Liggins, Knicks

Yesterday we heard that Knicks president Phil Jackson sought and obtained permission from the Thunder to interview Derek Fisher this week.  It doesn’t sound as though talks have gotten serious yet, but it’s seems like a safe assumption that they will.  At this stage, all signs point to Fisher being Jackson’s top choice.  Here’s the latest out of NYC on a beautiful 77 degree day..

  • Tim Bontemps of the New York Post looks back at the season that Mirza Teletovic had after signing with the Nets as an unknown free agent two summers ago.  Teletovic struggled mightily in the early goings but found his groove when the Nets switched to a smallball lineup.  Now, the forward could wind up in Brooklyn’s starting lineup if the club loses Paul Pierce in free agency.
  • Former Kentucky big man DeAndre Liggins is working out for the Nets and seeking a second chance in the NBA, writes Lenn Robbins of  Liggins allegedly struck his girlfriend in August of 2013, prompting the Thunder to waive him less than a week later.  “I got into one off the court issue. On the court, I was always on time, always first on the bus. The whole year I was with OKC, off the court, no complaints. On the court, I played hard,” the 26-year-old said.
  • With the Clippers selling for $2 billion, it’s only natural to wonder how much the Knicks might be worth.  Rich Tullo, an analyst at Albert Fried & Company, tells’s Darren Rovell that the Knicks are worth between $1.4 and $3 billion.  Some Knicks fans might welcome a change in ownership, but there’s no indication that they’ll be on the market anytime soon.

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