The Post has learned the Knicks have agreed to terms on a one-year deal for $1.6 million for Luke Kornet, who was a restricted free agent. The $1.6 million stands as more than his minimum, as the Knicks dished out his non-Bird exception […]
The quick signing is a clear indication free agent backup center Kyle O’Quinn won’t return, with the 76ers reportedly showing heavy interest.
Kornet wasn’t certain how long the free-agent process would take, and sources said a couple of teams expressed preliminary interest entering Sunday’s first full day of free agency. The Knicks also drafted project center Mitchell Robinson in the second round, making Kornet a further question mark.