Mills made a very sound hire in Perry, who got the organization to be patient in the Anthony Sweepstakes and not settle for a bad deal. Perry then effectively smoothed over things with Kristaps Porzingis once he arrived from Europe. Perry, late in the offseason, also convinced Mills to sign point guard Jarrett Jack in case Ramon Sessions didn’t work out. Jack has been their leader/quarterback/organizer since taking over as starting point guard for the season’s fourth game. The Hardaway signing is hardly a cause for concern any longer. And considering Mills and Perry were only allowed to deal with three teams — Houston, Cleveland and Oklahoma City — they deserve major kudos for the Anthony deal.
It’s a good thing it ended with the Thunder. Enes Kanter and Doug McDermott have been essential pieces in the Knicks’ shocking start and have added to a sweet team chemistry. (And don’t forget that early Bulls second-round pick, which now is gravy.)
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