Back during the 2015 NBA Draft process, there were rumblings that the New York Knicks really liked Emmanuel Mudiay, then an explosive guard prospect who spent a year playing in China after high school. New York ended up snagging Kristaps Porzingis instead in a move that Mudiay thought was best for his development, but fast forward nearly three years and the Knicks were finally able to acquire the point guard they once coveted.
New York has reportedly agreed to a three-team deal that will involve Denver and Dallas. As Adrian Wojnarowski of ESPN first reported, the Knicks will get Mudiay and will ship Doug McDermott to Dallas. Additionally, the Mavericks are sending veteran point guard Devin Harris to the Nuggets.