The Knicks have reshaped their roster over the last year and change, saying goodbye to some familiar faces (some beloved, some not) in the process. We'll take a look at how some of those former Knicks are performing with their new teams as the 2019-20 NBA season is underway...
Marcus Morris, Los Angeles Clippers
The newest former Knick played just 43 games in New York, but quickly turned into a fan favorite, along with becoming a well-respected member in the team's locker room. His trade to the Clippers on Thursday was the only deal the Knicks made at the deadline.
The Clippers will take on the Timberwolves on Saturday, but the Los Angeles Times reports that while Morris hasn't been ruled out, "it was considered a challenge for him to be ready"
Carmelo Anthony, Portland Trailblazers
Anthony chose not to play in Portland's matchup against the Lakers on Jan. 31, the first game at Staples Center since the death of Kobe Bryant. Since then, the 12-time All-Star has struggled to find his game. He shot 5-for-15 in a 15-point performance the following night against Utah, then scored just two points on 0-for-5 shooting against Denver on Tuesday. He recovered for a 20-point, eight-rebound night against the Spurs on Thursday, but shot just 2-for-10 for five points against the Jazz Friday night.
Anthony is averaging 15.2 points and 6.6 rebounds in 37 games with Portland this season.
Kristaps Porzingis, Dallas Mavericks
After scoring 35 points and grabbing 12 rebounds against the Rockets on Jan. 31, Porzingis sat out the next game due to load management. But he followed that up with two more 30-plus-point performances, including scoring 32 points against Memphis on Wednesday in a game in which he suffered a broken nose. He didn't miss a game, suiting up against the Wizards on Friday, though he scored just 11 points in 21 minutes.
Porzingis is averaging 18.0 points and 9.1 rebounds for the Mavericks this season.
Tim Hardaway Jr., Dallas Mavericks
After scoring 25 points against the Pacers on Monday, Hardaway struggled to find his range, shooting against Memphis on Wednesday. He scored 19 points against the Wizards on Friday, adding a season-high seven assists in the one-point loss.
Hardaway is shooting a career-high 39.4 percent from three-point range, averaging 14.3 points per game.
Courtney Lee, Dallas Mavericks
Lee saw his first game action in over a month on Wednesday, scoring eight points in 12 minutes, and even cracked the starting lineup on Friday, notching 11 points against the Wizards. Overall, Lee hasn't done much in Dallas, appearing in just 12 games this season.
Danilo Gallinari, Oklahoma City Thunder
Gallinari has been sitting out the second game of back-to-backs since returning from an ankle injury in January, but has been effective in the games in which he's been on the floor. He scored 27 points against the Suns on Jan. 31, and is averaging 20 points per game during the Thunder's current four-game winning streak.
Gallinari is averaging 19.1 points per game in his first season with Oklahoma City.
Emmanuel Mudiay, Utah Jazz
Mike Conley's return from injury has cut into Mudiay's playing time, as the 23-year-old has appeared in just two of the Jazz's last seven games -- with just 2:39 played in last Saturday's loss to the Trailblazers. Mudiay is averaging 7.2 points and 2.4 assists in 43 games with Utah this season.
DeAndre Jordan, Brooklyn Nets
Jordan has been nothing if not efficient in his last five games since returning from a dislocated finger, shooting 88.9 percent (16-for-18) from the field. He even sank all four of his free throw attempts in those games, as well. Jordan is averaging 7.9 points and 9.6 rebounds for the Nets this season.
Mario Hezonja, Portland Trail Blazers
Hezonja scored in double-figures on Friday for the first time since Jan. 5, putting up 11 points against the Jazz. He's averaging 4.6 points and 3.7 rebounds in 38 games this season.
Kyle O'Quinn, Philadelphia 76ers
Since getting his only start of the season on New Year's Eve, O'Quinn has appeared in just three games since the start of the calendar year. He's averaging 3.5 points and 3.7 rebounds in 22 games with the Sixers this season.
Noah Vonleh, Denver Nuggets
The only game action Vonleh has seen since Jan. 15 was just one second against the Kings on Jan. 27. However, the Jazz sent him to the Nuggets as part of a four-team trade on Thursday, though time will tell if he can crack Denver's rotation. His first chance will be Saturday against the Suns