Knicks could lose a first-round pick if they are found guilty of tampering in Jalen Brunson signing?

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Fred Katz on potential Knicks’ tampering: Everyone assumes that the NBA’s go-to penalty for this is now just loss of a second-round pick, because that’s what happened in the Lonzo Ball sing-and-trade. And that’s what happened in the Kyle Lowry sign-and-trade. And they just go ‘second-round pick’. And I know for sure that is not their blanket policy. That’s just what they decided in those moments and if they find evidence of tampering that they believe to be particularly egregious, they are down to go with a harsher penalty. But they have to find the evidence. It can’t just be like, ‘This is what we believed happened’. It has to be like evidence you can present in a courtroom and actually prove your point. … I think it could be a first-round pick… but I wasn’t explicitly told it could be a first.
Source: Apple Podcasts

What’s the buzz on Twitter?

https://twitter.com/NYPost_Lewis/status/1554326127090569216
https://twitter.com/ESPNNBA/status/1554186359421779969
https://twitter.com/CBSSportsNBA/status/1554138278412050432
https://twitter.com/StevePopper/status/1554131411585695744
https://twitter.com/IanBegley/status/1554124946611249152
https://twitter.com/ChrisBHaynes/status/1554123889109655552

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