Tim Hardaway Jr. responded to coach David Fizdale's occasional financial commentary on Friday, in which he mentioned Hardaway's contract numbers when he explained his rounds of play. Asked whether he was disturbed by Fizdale, in which he mentioned his large salary, said Hardaway Sunday: "No response. It's a public thing. Everyone knows what I do. It is a two-year contract. Nothing to worry about.
Having lost to the Nets on Friday, Fizdale said that 26-year-old Enes Kanter dropped out of the rotation as a threatening free agent who is not a fleet defender during the 26-year-old. Hardaway was a player in the never lost his start job during the whole season. Hardaway is the only kink that can say that.
Fizdale said Friday, "Tim Hardaway Jr. earns us $ 1
Hardaway, who broke his slump on Sunday with 22 points against Miami, agreed that he had" never "called a head coach in his players' contract, but insisted that" it's not a big deal for me. It's a public thing. Everyone could write and google and see how much I do. He said it does not change anything.
Fizdale's comment is consistent with sources suggesting that the Knicks have explored trading in Hardaway's contract to open Cap-Space, despite the fact that almost everyone but Kristaps Porzingis, Kevin, had dealings with them Knox and Mitchell Robinson.