KXIP vs KKR Live Score

First Durant snapped at media members for asking him about free agency, then the Knicks dug the issue back up.

The team is clearly hedging its bets on landing Kevin Durant, Kyrie Irving or both, and in one of the Knicks' recent season ticket promotions, a photo of Durant in-game against the Knicks was used.

The two-time NBA Finals MVP featured alongside Knicks' rookie forward Mitchell Robinson in a message the franchise sent to existing season ticket holders earlier this week.

Hard to imagine that this particular photo choice was an unintentional oversight.

Also, counting recent trades the Knicks have made, they could have about $75 million in salary cap space toward pursuing a high-priced player, according to reporting from ESPN.

A sales representative for the team was sacked, according to the Atlanta Journal-Constitution, with the Hawks saying in a statement that the man's "specific reference" did not "represent how our basketball operations or our business staff have consistently communicated about free agency".

GRAMMYs 2019: Diana Ross Delivers Legendary 'Diamond Diana' Birthday Performance
She'll be celebrating all year with a new show that continues this month at Wynn Las Vegas through February 23, 2019. Ross finished with an inspirational message: "Learn, dream, unlock new doors.

The Knicks said in a statement to the New York Daily News the image was one of "several rotating photos on the website".

Barring he signs a new contract with the Mavs, Porzingis will be a restricted free agent at season's end.

Durant, who is expected to opt out of his Warriors contract after this season, has been dogged all season by speculation about whether he will re-sign with Golden State or move elsewhere this summer.

It's no secret that every team in the National Basketball Association would pick Durant up if it could, but it will ultimately be a business decision for the back-to-back Finals MVP.

Through his three career National Basketball Association seasons, Porzingis, the fourth overall pick of the 2015 draft, has averaged 17.8 points per game to go along with 7.1 rebounds.