Eastern Notes: Knicks, Martin, D-League

Carmelo Anthony has been key to Kristaps Porzingis transition to the NBA, as Ian Begley of ESPN.com passes along via Twitter“From the first moment we met, he’s been like a mentor to me,” Porzingis said of Anthony. Through the first two months of the season, the 19-year-old has cemented himself in the rookie of the year conversation, averaging 17.4 points, 10.7 rebounds and 2.7 blocks per 36 minutes.

Here are some notes from around the Eastern Conference:

  • Ira Winderman of the Sun Sentinel admits that Kevin Martin would make the Heat better, but he doesn’t believe a trade for shooting guard would be best for the team. Martin is reportedly available in trade discussions.
  • The Cavs have assigned Joe Harris to the Canton Charge, the team’s D-League affiliate, according to the team’s website. Harris is averaging 17.3 points, 4.8 rebounds and 2.7 assists in nine games with the Charge this season.
  • The Celtics have assigned Terry Rozier to the Maine Red Claws, Boston’s D-League affiliate, according to the team’s Twitter feed. Rozier has only played a total of 95 minutes for the Celtics this season, scoring a total of 27 points.
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2 thoughts on “Eastern Notes: Knicks, Martin, D-League

  1. Z.....

    The problem is that the Heat dont have anything they could give up for him. With that being the case, I would assume they’ll continue to monitor what shooters are available headed towards the trade deadline, but I think its more likely that they wait until buyouts start happening to make a move

    • Chris Crouse

      If Martin agrees to a buyout with the Wolves, the Miami would be a perfect fit on a minimum salary agreement, beyond that, I don’t see him in South Beach.


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