Bucks and Carlos Delfino agree to three-year deal with first two years guaranteed at $6.5 million, according to source.
— cfgardner (@cf_gardner) July 8, 2013
This one hurts. With the free agent class dwindling as we speak, the New York Knicks are left out in the cold once again. When the free agency window opened, NY started off with a bang trading for Andrea Bargnani. However since then they have been left at the alter because of insufficient funds. Armed with 1.75 million left of their mini mid and a plethora of veteran’s minimums, NY still has some major work to do. Small forward is a position of concern at this moment, as players are signing left and right. The SF class of players has dwindled down to players such as Shawne Williams, Mickael Pietrus and unknown D-League star Tony Mitchell, who impressed me today in Orlando.
Also on the line is the status of Elton Brand who the Knicks seem to be waiting on. If he signs elsewhere, the Knicks summer free agency window will be a disappointment. New York needs many positions filled, and from what I can see there are not many options left.