"We don't have any other meetings scheduled with LeBron," Walsh told ESPN.com's Chad Ford.Where was it reported that Lebron WASN'T the Knicks top target?
"It was somewhat of a clarification meeting to deal with some of the misinformation that is out there," one source said of the second meeting.
Walsh explained that the meeting was salary cap related to explain the Knicks cap options this year and next with James' agent.
A second source said it was the Knicks, not James, that requested the second meeting, which was first reported by the New York Daily News on its website Sunday afternoon.
As was reported by ESPN.com, the Knicks told Stoudemire they have a willingness to offer him a five-year max contract, with everything contingent on what James decides to do.
"We're meeting with [Stoudemire] tomorrow," Walsh said. "We haven't sat down and talked contract with him at all."
I have it on good authority, as I said on Twitter, that MSG execs were in Cleveland last night. So did another outlet.
What the purpose was I don't know. On the Amar'e front. Where was the Amar'e contract situation reported in terms of an offer? There was talk of numbers, but as we've said, the offer was supposed to come Monday. Amar'e and Lebron in the pick and roll would easily be the most lethal duo, to me, in NBA history.
Again, the Knicks are doing their due diligence and making sure that all the bases are covered.
J.A. Adande is also hearing there's going to be some activity, but until it happens we may not know what's to come.