The New York Knicks have already added Tyson Chandler and Mike Bibby in this short offseason and the team plans to make some more additions before the season starts.
The New York Post reports that interim general manager Glen Grunwald is working toward bringing back guard Jamal Crawford, who last played for New York in 2008, or point guard J.J. Barea, who helped the Dallas Mavericks win the team's first NBA championship last season.
The Post reports that "Crawford's agent, Andy Miller, has been trying desperately for the past 48 hours to broker a three-team sign-and-trade deal" involving the Knicks, Atlanta Hawks, and another team in order to help "find a creative way to pay Crawford his market value." One of the teams Miller has spoken with is the Golden State Warriors, according to the paper.
The team offered Crawford and Barea $2.5 million deals, according to the Post, but both rejected those deals, even though they have interest in joining the Knicks.