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The 13 biggest Knicks trades in history

Oct. 14, 1965: The Los Angeles Lakers trade Dick Barnett to the Knicks for Bob Boozer.Nov. 2, 1965: The Baltimore Bullets trade Walt Bellamy to the Knicks for Jim Barnes, Johnny Egan, Johnny Green and cash.

Dec. 19, 1968: The Knicks trade Walt Bellamy and Howard Komives to the Detroit Pistons for Dave DeBusschere.

May 7, 1971: The Knicks trade Cazzie Russell to the San Francisco Warriors for Jerry Lucas.

Nov. 10, 1971: The Baltimore Bullets trade Earl Monroe to the Knicks for Mike Riordan, Dave Stallworth and cash.

Oct. 22, 1982: The Golden State Warriors trade Bernard King to the Knicks for Micheal Ray Richardson and a 1984 fifth-round draft pick (Scott McCollum).

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).

July 14, 1996: The Charlotte Hornets trade Larry Johnson to the Knickerbockers for Brad Lohaus and Anthony Mason.

Oct. 10, 1997In a three-team trade, the Knicks senda 1998 first-round draft pick (Bryce Drew) to the Portland Trail Blazers and trade John Wallace to the Toronto Raptors; Portland trades Chris Dudley to the Knicks; Toronto traded a 2000 first-round draft pick (Quentin Richardson) to the Knicks and a 2007 second-round draft pick (Taurean Green) to the Portland .

Jan. 21, 1999: The Knicks trade Terry Cummings, Chris Mills and John Starks to the Golden State Warriors for Latrell Sprewell.

June 26, 2002: The Knicks trade Marcus Camby, Nene Hilario and Mark Jackson to the Denver Nuggets for Antonio McDyess, Frank Williams and a 2003 second-round draft pick (Maciej Lampe).

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).

Feb. 21, 2011: A 12-player deal involving three teams -- still pending league approval -- sends Carmelo Anthony, Chauncey Billups, Shelden Williams, Renaldo Balkman and Anthony Carter from Denver to the Knicks in exchange for Raymond Felton, Danilo Gallinari, Wilson Chandler, Timofey Mozgov, the Knicks' 2014 first-round pick and a pair of future second-round picks. The Knicks also traded Eddy Curry and Anthony Randolph to Minnesota for Corey Brewer.

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