The New York Knicks made all but zero deals at the trade deadline a week ago, but that hasn’t stopped them from adding names to their roster. After buying out Metta World Peace and Beno Udrih this weekend, the Knicks have added Shannon Brown and Earl Clark on 10-day contract.
Feb. 27 – President & GM Steve Mills announced the team has signed Shannon Brown and Earl Clark to 10-day contracts. pic.twitter.com/a0NGasuuCV
— NY_KnicksPR (@NY_KnicksPR) February 27, 2014
Both Brown and Clark were expected to be available for tonight’s game against the Miami Heat and that’s going to end up being the case. How much the addition of Brown and Clark change the Knicks fortunes this year are yet to be seen, but the fact of the matter remains that they’re at least trying to find someone that can work and help pull the is roster together.
Bad losses won’t impress Carmelo Anthony and frustrating losses are even more fatal to the Knicks plans to re-sign Melo. Brown and Clark don’t signal a championship change in the Knicks, but if they can clamp the bleeding then that’s all New York can ask for.