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New York Knicks Team Salary

2017-18 Team-By-Team Salary Summary

Quick: Spent over the cap.

Salary Cap: $99,093,000

Luxury Tax Threshold: $119,266,000

Projected 2018-19 Cap Space ($102 million cap): Up to $26.7 million

Exceptions

  • Room Exception: $0 (Ron Baker)

Non-Guaranteed Salaries

  • Jarrett Jack $2,328,652
  • Chasson Randle $1,312,611
  • Nigel Hayes $815,615 ($50,000 guaranteed)
  • Jamel Artis $815,615
  • Xavier Rathan-Mayes $815,615

Roster Count: 13 guaranteed, five non/partially-guaranteed

Depth Chart*:
PG: Ramon Sessions, Frank Ntilikina, Chasson Randle, Xavier Rathan-Mayes, Jarrett Jack
SG: Tim Hardaway Jr., Courtney Lee, Ron Baker, Damyean Dotson
SF: Carmelo Anthony, Lance Thomas, Nigel Hayes, Jamel Artis
PF: Kristaps Porzingis, Michael Beasley, Mindaugas Kuzminskas
C: Joakim Noah, Guillermo Hernangomez, Kyle O’Quinn

*Note: Teams often adjust their depth chart throughout the season, sometimes game by game.

G-League Affiliate: Westchester Knicks

Two-Way Contracts: Luke Kornet (one-year)

Two-Way Daily Rate in NBA/G-League: $4,608/$528

No-Trade: Carmelo Anthony, Ron Baker (implicit)

Trade Kickers

  • Carmelo Anthony — 15 percent
  • Tim Hardaway Jr. — 15 percent

Note: Players can waive their trade bonuses.

Coaching Staff

Head Coach: Jeff Hornacek (three-year contract starting with 2016-17 season)

Assistants (TBD): Jim Cleamons, Brian Keefe, Rasheed Hazzard, Joshua Longstaff (player development)

Trainer: Roger Hinds, Anthony Goenaga (assistant)

Basketball Executives

  • Steve Mills — executive vice president
  • Scott Perry — general manager
  • Gerald Madkins assistant general manager
  • Allan Houston — assistant general manager
  • Jamie Matthews — vice president, basketball operations
  • Michael Acieri — director, basketball strategy
  • Harold Ellis — director, player personnel
  • Craig Robinson — vice president, player development and G-League operations.
  • Glen Grunwald — basketball advisor
  • John Gabriel — director, basketball operations

Pick Swaps

  • 2018 — Philadelphia 76ers have right to swap the Los Angeles Clippers’ second-rounder with the Knicks second-rounder (Byron Mullens, Travis Outlaw).
  • 2019 — Owed second-rounder from Cleveland Cavaliers (Dion Waiters).
  • 2019 — Owed second-rounder from Houston Rockets (Pablo Prigioni).
  • 2019 — Owe second-rounder to Philadelphia 76ers (Travis Outlaw).
  • 2019 — Orlando Magic have right to swap second-rounders (Kyle O’Quinn), receiving the better of the Houston Rockets and Cleveland Cavaliers picks.
  • 2019 — Owe the most favorable of Houston Rockets, Cleveland Cavaliers or Orlando Magic second-rounders to Sacramento Kings (Scott Perry).
  • 2020 — Owe second-rounder to Philadelphia 76ers (Guillermo Hernangomez).
  • 2021 — Owe second-rounder to Philadelphia 76ers (Guillermo Hernangomez).

Cash Paid ($5.1 million max): $400,000 to Sacramento Kings (Scott Perry)

Cash Received ($5.1 million max): $0

Deadlines

  • 9/26/17 — Chasson Randle’s salary guarantees at $50,000 for 2017-18.
  • First game of the season — Chasson Randle’s salary guarantees at $250,000 for 2017-18.
  • 12/15/17 — No-trade restriction lifts on Xavier Rathan-Mayes, Jamel Artis, Nigel Hayes, Michael Beasley, Ramon Sessions, Jarrett Jack, Ron Baker and Tim Hardaway Jr.
  • 1/10/18 — Jarrett Jack’s $2,328,652 guarantees for 2017-18.
  • 1/10/18 — Chasson Randle’s $1,312,611 guarantees for 2017-18.
  • 1/10/18 — Xavier Rathan-Mayes, Jamel Artis and Nigel Hayes’ $815,615 guarantees for 2017-18.
  • 6/23/18 — Early Termination option for Carmelo Anthony.
  • Earlier of three days prior to NBA draft or seven days after team’s final game, before 6/29/18 — Player option on Kyle O’Quinn.
  • 6/29/18 — Player option for Ron Baker.
  • 6/29/18 — Qualifying offer deadlines for Xavier Rathan-Mayes, Jamel Artis and Nigel Hayes.
  • 7/1/18-7/5/18 — NBA moratorium.
  • First day of 2018 season — Extension deadlines on Kristaps Porzingis.
  • 10/31/18 — Team option on Frank Ntilikina.
  • 6/29/19 — Qualifying offer deadlines on Ron Baker and Kristaps Porzingis.
  • 6/30/19 — Lance Thomas’ 2019/20 salary guarantees for $1,000,000.
  • 7/15/19 — Damyean Dotson’s $1,618,520 guarantees for 2019-20.
  • 10/31/19 — Team option on Frank Ntilikina.
  • 1/10/20 — Lance Thomas’ $7,583,975 guarantees for 2019-20.
  • 6/29/20 — Tim Hardaway’s player option.
  • 6/29/20 — Qualifying offer deadline on Damyean Dotson.
  • First day of 2020 season — Extension deadline on Frank Ntilikina.
  • 6/29/2021 — Qualifying offer on Frank Ntilikina.

Teams and players can renegotiate guarantee dates.  The NBA’s general cut-down date is approximately January 10.

Acquisitions

  • 6/28/17 — Parted ways with president Phil Jackson.
  • 6/28/17 — Issued Ron Baker a qualifying offer.
  • 6/30/17 — Marshall Plumlee’s salary guaranteed at $100,000 for 2017-18.
  • 7/3/17 — Signed Luke Kornet to a one-year, two-way contract.
  • 7/5/17 — Signed Frank Ntilikina 2017-8th) to a $18,689,218 rookie-scale contract.
  • 7/6/17 — Rescinded the qualifying offer to Ron Baker.
  • 7/6/17 — Renounced the rights to Sasha Vujacic, Justin Holiday, Derrick Rose and Ron Baker.
  • 7/6/17 — Signed Tim Hardaway Jr. to four-year, $70,950,000 offer sheet (unmatched by Atlanta Hawks).
  • 7/14/17 — Agreed to send a 2019 second-rounder and $400,000 to Sacramento Kings to hire Scott Perry. Teams cannot make any trades through 2017-18 season.
  • 8/7/17 — Signed Damyean Dotson (2017-44th) to a partially-guaranteed three-year, $4,096,762 contract.
  • 8/7/17 — Signed Ron Baker to a two-year, $8,872,400 contract, player option on second season.
  • 8/8/17 — Signed Ramon Sessions to a one-year, $2,328,652 contract.
  • 8/8/17 — Signed Michael Beasley to a one-year, $2,116,955 contract.
  • 8/9/17 — Picked up team options on Kristaps Porzingis.
  • 8/18/17 — Signed Nigel Hayes to a partially-guaranteed one-year, $815,615 contract
  • 8/18/17 — Signed Jamel Artis to a non-guaranteed one-year, $815,615 summer contract with exhibits nine and 10.
  • 8/18/17 — Signed Xavier Rathan-Mayes to a non-guaranteed one-year, $815,615 summer contract with exhibits nine and 10.
  • 9/15/17 — Signed Jarrett Jack to a non-guaranteed one-year, $2,328,652 summer contract.

Waived Players: Maurice Ndour, Marshall Plumlee

Traded Players: None

Expired 10-Day Contracts: None

Unsigned Draft Picks

  • First-rounders: None
  • Second-rounders: Ognjen Jaramaz (2017-58th), Louis Labeyrie (2014-57th)

Free Agents (with Cap Holds)

  • None

Arena: Madison Square Garden

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For notes on some of the rules and an explanation of cap holds, please refer to the following Salary Notes.

Salary and team data change quite often. If you notice a discrepancy, please notify Basketball Insiders Senior Writer Eric Pincus.

(Updated on 9/18/17)

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