Knicks President Says Kristaps Porzingis Threatened to Go to Europe If He Wasn’t Traded

Knicks President Steve Mills statements that All-Star forward Kristaps Porzingis, who was born in the nation of Latvia, threatened to go again to Europe if he was not traded.

To major it all off, Porzingis reportedly gave the franchise just 7 times to make it occur.

“[Porzingis] place-blank reported to us, ‘I don’t want to be right here. I am not heading to re-signal with the Knicks and I’m heading to give you 7 times to trade me or I’m likely back to Europe,'” Mills disclosed on Wednesday. Mills continued: “Thankfully for us, we experienced a quantity of discounts lined up. We just started a trade simply call as soon as he walked out of the office.”

Inevitably, the Knicks sent Porzingis, who skipped out on the 2018-19 season due to an ACL injuries, to the Dallas Mavericks back in January.

In other news, Porzingis was not long ago associated in an altercation when he was in Europe. 


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