13 biggest trades in Knicks history
The 12-player deal that landed the Knicks Carmelo Anthony may be the biggest trade in team history. It's not the only deal that sent waves through the Knicks' fan base, though.
Dec. 19, 1968
The Knicks trade Walt Bellamy and Howard Komives to the Detroit Pistons for Dave DeBusschere.
Nov. 10, 1971
The Baltimore Bullets trade Earl Monroe to the Knicks for Mike Riordan, Dave Stallworth and cash.
June 27, 1988
The Knicks trade Bill Cartwright, a 1988 first-round draft pick (Will Perdue) and a 1988 third-round draft pick (Derrick Lewis) to the Chicago Bulls for Charles Oakley, a 1988 first-round draft pick (Rod Strickland) and a 1988 third-round draft pick (Phil Stinnie).
Jan. 5, 2004
The Phoenix Suns trade Anfernee Hardaway, Stephon Marbury and Cezary Trybanski to the Knicks for Howard Eisley, Maciej Lampe, Antonio McDyess, Charlie Ward, Milos Vujanic, a 2004 1st round draft pick (Kirk Snyder) and a 2010 first-round draft pick (Gordon Hayward).