Eastern Notes: Jennings, Knicks, Antetokounmpo

Pistons guard Brandon Jennings says he’s three weeks ahead of his recovery schedule and expects to be able to walk without a boot in two weeks, David Mayo of MLive.com tweets.  Jennings suffered a torn Achilles tendon in January and will miss the remainder of the season.  Jennings is set to earn ~$8.34MM in 2015/16 before hitting the open market.  More from the East..

  • Knicks coach Derek Fisher says the team is considering filling their open roster spot with unsigned second-round pick Thanasis Antetokounmpo, Marc Berman of the New York Post writes. The shooting guard is playing for the Westchester Knicks of the D-League after declining a deal from an Italian team.  Fisher hinted that he’d like to see the roster spot filled, but said that it’s a decision that’s up to front office brass.
  • Keith Schlosser of SNY.tv is worried that Knicks president Phil Jackson won’t be able to add talent to his roster this summer.  The Knicks have a good deal of flexibility, but top free agents Marc Gasol and Goran Dragic appear to be unlikely options at this point. LaMarcus Aldridge is a possibility, but how likely such a union is remains to be seen.
  • Since being traded to the Celtics in February, Isaiah Thomas has averaged 8.7 points scored in the fourth quarter and has taken on the role of a go-to guy, A. Sherrod Blakely of CSNNE.com writes.
  • Khris Middleton, a pending restricted free agent, is going to see a healthy payday this summer, Alex Kennedy of Basketball Insiders tweets.  The 23-year-old (24 in August) is averaging 12.4 PPG and 4.6 RPG in 28.2 minutes per contest for the Bucks this season.
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One thought on “Eastern Notes: Jennings, Knicks, Antetokounmpo

  1. Sports Guy

    Why is nobody talking about Rondo, it’s clear he’s not fitting in with the scheme or coach in Dallas, and hes a UFA at the end of the year. Way more likely to go to the Knicks than Dragic.


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