Frank Ntilikina Rumors

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Frank Ntilikina
Frank Ntilikina
Position: G
Born: 07/28/98
Height: 6-5 / 1.96
Weight:190 lbs. / 86.2 kg.
Salary: $4,155,720
Now that he turned 20, on July 28, there will be no more excuses that he’s just a teenager. “I’m really proud how he developed his body,” Perry said at the fan forum. “I think he’s 15 pounds heavier. That’s all muscle he added. [That’s] the commitment he’s showing as a player to get better. He’s walking around the practice facility with his shirt off all the time. He never would do that last year.”
Just like Lauri Markkanen, Ntilikina expressed his criticism on the timing of the September windows. “It is with great honor and pride that I received the announcement of my selection. However, at the dawn of my second NBA season with the New York Knicks, the timing appears very complex. It is with great regret that I will not be able to finally join the rest of the group”, Ntilikina mentions, as adapted by L’Equipe.
That started when they traded Carmelo Anthony before last season, and it continued when they drafted two high-ceiling prospects in the first round of the NBA Draft: Kevin Knox and Mitchell Robinson. They’ll join Kristaps Porzingis (once he returns from injury) as the future of the Knicks franchise. One player who’s apparently not part of that “future” could be Courtney Lee. In an Instagram post designed to get fans excited for the “Future of New York,” the Knicks featured a mash-up of Porzingis, Knox, Robinson, Enes Kanter, Tim Hardaway Jr., Frank Ntilikina, Lance Thomas, Emmanuel Mudiay and Trey Burke. Noticeably absent is Lee, who led the Knicks in total minutes last season. Hmmm.
Storyline: Courtney Lee Trade?