Kemba Walker says he cannot envision himself in a Knicks jersey.
The 28-year-old New York native admits that he’s uncertain of what the future holds for him in Charlotte.
— Marc Berman (@NYPost_Berman) August 16, 2018
Kemba is slated to hit the free agency market next summer, but hopes the Hornets make a long-term commitment prior to July 1.
Per the NY Post:
“I’ve been hearing it for years now — the Knicks,” Walker said as he visited the Players Association’s kids camp at Pier 36. “Every time I come home, it’s, ‘When are you coming home to the Knicks?’ MSG is a special place, man. The Knicks are a special team. Of course, I’ve been a Knicks fan growing up, always rooted for the home team. But I really can’t see myself in a Knicks jersey — only because I’ve been in one jersey. I really don’t know.”
Indeed, Walker doesn’t “have a clue” what the future holds. Asked how tempting it might be if the Knicks pursue him, a still-grinning Walker said, “Got to see. We got to see. I’ve never been free, never been a free agent. We’ll see.
“I have no idea. I’ve never been a free agent. I don’t know how the process works. I will have options unless Charlotte gets something done.”
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