During his first interview as an Indiana Pacer, former Knick Kyle O'Quinn took a shot at New York saying he "wanted to be a part of something bigger than next year's draft." That basically translates to O'Quinn believing the Knicks will tank this season.
But Knicks president Steve Mills and GM Scott Perry didn't rebuttle O'Quinn's comments. Instead, they diverted when asked what to make of them.
"Kyle is Kyle," Mills told The Post's Marc Berman. "He's obviously -- it felt like it didn't come out the way he wanted it to come out, knowing Kyle. Kyle is talking, but I still love Kyle and have a lot of respect for him."