Report: Knicks unhappy with Spurs, felt they ‘crossed lines’ with Kristaps Porzingis

The bad blood that reportedly developed between the New York Knicks and San Antonio Spurs over free agent Marcus Morris spurning San Antonio for the Big Apple stems all the way back to the Kristaps Porzingis trade, according to Ian Begley of SNY. On Friday, The Athletic's Frank Isola reported that the Spurs were “pissed” that Morris reneged on a handshake agreement with San Antonio to instead take a one-year, $ 15 million deal in New York. According to Begley, the Knicks have some beef with the Spurs as well.

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Mavs’ Porzingis involved in bloody altercation

Mavericks forward Kristaps Porzingis was involved in a bloody altercation in his native Latvia. – TOP

Kristaps Porzingis trade news sends shockwaves through NBA

There weren’t enough emojis for NBA players to express their shock when they found out New York was sending The Unicorn to Dallas. – NBA

Sources: Mavs agree to deal to acquire Porzingis

The Knicks have agreed to trade All-Star Kristaps Porzingis, Courtney Lee and Tim Hardaway Jr. to the Mavericks in return for Wesley Matthews, Dennis Smith Jr. and DeAndre Jordan, sources told ESPN. – TOP

Porzingis can shoot over anyone, and that might be a problem

No one in NBA history has shot with the same height advantage as Kristaps Porzingis. He just hasn’t realized how to unleash that potential yet. – TOP

Lowe’s 10 things: Ridiculous CP3, Porzingis promo and the Patty Mills experience

This week’s highlights include LeBron’s draft pick, a high-IQ Warrior, bad All-Star promotions and more. – TOP

Sources: Porzingis’ MRI negative, day-to-day

An MRI taken Thursday on New York Knicks star Kristaps Porzingis’ injured right ankle was negative, revealing no damage, league sources told ESPN. Porzingis was hurt Wednesday when Justise Winslow stepped on Porzingis’ right foot. – NBA

Porzingis, Kanter sit as Knicks drop 2nd straight

Knicks leading scorer Kristaps Porzingis and fellow big man Enes Kanter sat out against the Rockets on Saturday due to back ailments, according to the team. – NBA