Assets and priorities have changed dramatically since the last time we took the temperature of the Knicks’ trade deadline options. With no Kristaps Porzingis, new expiring contracts and a boatload of cap space heading into the summer, the Knicks will have two days to try to recoup more from their going-nowhere-roster.
They are sellers with one exception (if a deal includes Anthony Davis). But they don’t have much to sell.
Here are the four big questions ahead of the Feb. 7 deadline:
Can they trade for Anthony Davis?
It’s very unlikely. By dealing Porzingis, the Knicks also got rid of their second-greatest asset next to their 2019 first-round pick. It was also...