With the breaking story of the Knicks making an offer to Lakers' Brown by Ken Berger, we've learned that because we are under the cap we don't have to wait to trade any of the combo of Ronny Turiaf, Anthony Randolph or Kelenna Azubuike! The Knicks have a few more assets to offer than commonly realized. According to two people familiar with how the David Lee sign-and-trade arrangement was structured, the Knicks do not have to wait the standard 60 days before combining Ronny Turiaf, Anthony Randolph or Kelenna Azubuike with other players in a trade. The Knicks were still under the salary cap when Lee was signed and traded, exempting them from the 60-day waiting period, which applies only to players acquired with a trade exception by teams that are over the cap. If Shannon Brown doesn't wait for LA to dump Sasha Vujacic's 5.4 Million contract, he might look good playing next to Felton to start this season. No figure was mentioned about how much the Knicks offered Brown. However this plays out, the Knicks are starting to look a little better every day. Now we know we can put together a deal for Chris Paul when the Hornet's decide to let the smoke screen down.