By: Bryan Romero
The New York Knicks have been making noise this summer with the acquisition of former MVP Derrick Rose. Rumors have spread that Kevin Durant and Dwight Howard are also interested in heading to the big apple. Current Miami Heat head coach, Erik Spoelstra, was quoted saying “Hornacek (the head coach of the Knicks) is totally copying what I did a few years ago with Lebron, Wade, and Bosh”.
In a recent interview Jeff Hornacek responded to Spoelstra by saying “I don’t want to replicate what he did for Miami back in 2012, I just want to have every player that was on the current NBA championship team to come play for me”. This certainly would be the biggest trade of all time.
Lebron even came out and made a comment, saying “I think if our team were to team up with Carmelo, Rose, and Howard… We could make it to not 1, not 2, not 3, not 4, not 5, not 6, but 7 NBA finals. Definitely not 8 though. We could also maybe win one or two of them.”
Whether the Knicks plan to pick up the Golden State Warriors is still unknown