Knicks Were 'Stunned, Depressed' When Kevin Durant, Kyrie Irving Chose Nets

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Knicks Were 'Stunned, Depressed' When Kevin Durant, Kyrie Irving Chose Nets
Knicks Were 'Stunned, Depressed' When Kevin Durant, Kyrie Irving Chose Nets

The New York Knicks were apparently “stunned and depressed” when Kevin Durant and Kyrie Irving chose the Brooklyn Nets. As Frank Isola of The Athletic writes in his latest column, the Knicks were greatly affected by Durant and Irving's decision to sign with the Nets — after not even meeting with the franchise during free agency. “When free agency approached, the Knicks were optimistic that the worst season in franchise history would be saved by Kyrie Irving and Kevin Durant coming to the Garden. The two marquee free agents also had other ideas and chose the Brooklyn Nets. While the Knicks have spun this notion that they didn't want meetings with either player — as well as Kawhi Leonard — a team

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