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Knicks Add Kevin Seraphin on 1-Year Deal

The Knicks didn’t add any of the big names that were available this offseason, but they’ve added a handful of useful rotation players, and that trend has continued into August:

Seraphin spent his first five seasons with the Wizards after being drafted by the Bulls in the first round of the 2010 Draft and being shipped to Washington as a sweetener for dumping Kirk Hinrich‘s contract in that insane summer free agency that saw LeBron James, Dwyane Wade and Chris Bosh team up in Miami.

While he started 21 games in the lockout season of 2011-2012, the Wizards traded for Nene and later Marcin Gortat, leading to only nine starts for Seraphin in the last three seasons.

At 25 years old, he’s the right kind of signing as an experienced rotation big with a shot at still developing a bit more. The problem for New York is if he does expand his game, there won’t be any value to be had for the following season, though Seraphin may have wanted a one year contract no matter what, especially with the impending cap boom.

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