But now with Brewer gone, that left a roster spot open for the Knicks. That was filled by free agent veteran Kenyon Martin, who signed a 10 day contract today. But, why didn’t Kenyon have a team before this? Makes you wonder.
The New York Knicks traded swingman Ronnie Brewer to the Oklahoma City Thunder on Thursday, opening up a roster spot that will be used to sign veteran forward Kenyon Martin. Team president Glen Grunwald said Martin will be signed to a 10-day contract with the hopes that he could stay with the team for the remainder of the season. Grunwald said Martin will be insurance for injured big men Rasheed Wallace and Marcus Camby, a pair of 38-year-old backup forwards who have both been battling foot injuries.