— Keith Schlosser (@KnicksJournal) November 4, 2013
Peter From Knickswag:
This is good news. Jeremy is a long-term investment in my eyes. This acquisition is a precursor for a move down the road when he is ready to start intensifying his rehab. The Knicks would most likely want Jeremy to rehab down in Erie, and then when he is ready they can release either Toure’ Murry or Chris Smith, most likely the latter if they have any brains.
While the Knicks are very thin upfront with Amar’e and Kenyon, the roster addition of Tyler could give the Knicks a beast upfront if mentored properly from Knick coaches and players.