Knicks, Joakim Noah expected to part ways

Knicks, Joakim Noah expected to part ways

Now, after a failed drug test, a row with former head coach Jeff Hornacek and just 53 games played in two seasons, it seems the prevailing view was correct.

The team is likely to cut ties with the oft-injured center before training camp begins later this month, according to a report by The Athletic. The Knicks have tried mightily to figure out a way to part ways with him since about the middle of last season.

The relationship between Noah and the Knicks has been rocky from the start.

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It's looking like Joakim Noah won't be a Knick for much longer. Getting rid of Noah's contract is also one of the Knicks' top priorities, especially with their goal to clear enough salary cap space for a maximum free agent for the summer of 2019. Pairing one of those National Basketball Association superstars with Kristaps Porzingis will increase the Knicks' chance of fully dominating the Eastern Conference. This would mean he'd be teaming up with his former teammates Derrick Rose, Jimmy Butler, Aaron Brooks, and Taj Gibson.

NY is working to part ways with the 33-year-old, according to a report from The Athletic.

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