Via Gary Washburn
“I would love to stay a Knick,” he said. “I don’t want to go nowhere. I am proving to this organization what I can be and who I am as a person on and off the court, and I think they see that. I’m here now and I’m going to make the best of this opportunity.”
The Knicks are 13-6 since Martin first played for the team on Feb. 24.
Great article by Gary Washburn from the Boston Globe. I think the entire Knicks nation and organization are happy with Kenyon Martin. The real question is…can Martin stay healthy for the rest of the year and how much will he want, to stay on for next year? Martin has said money is not an issue, but I find it hard to believe he will play his heart out and then come back next year for just the veterans minimum. Time will tell on this subject. I can say this though, Kenyon Martin is welcomed back to this team with open arms!
Peter A – Knickswag