The Joakim Noah-Hornacek combat that began the break up

The Joakim Noah-Hornacek combat that began the break up

The Joakim Noah-Hornacek combat that began the break up

Reports have surfaced in recent weeks that Noah is taking time away from the team for, "Personal reasons". He makes too much money, he can't play anymore and the Knicks would have to include too many other assets in the deal to get a team to take on the contract. Noah's clash with Hornacek reportedly was fiery but stopped short of turning physical. When Noah signed a 4-year, $72 million contract with the Knicks in the 2016 offseason, it not only confirmed that Phil Jackson never should've been hired, it left the rest of the basketball world laughing.

Joakim Noah and the New York Knicks are in the midst of a two-year saga that both sides would prefer to forget.

The Knicks have talked to teams about trades involving Noah several times in the past few months - including in trade talks surrounding Porzingis last spring and summer - but they didn't find a team that was open to acquiring Noah. His production and durability doesn't make him a particularly trade asset to begin with, but Noah still has two years and $37 million remaining on his contract after this season In a summer when few teams are projected to have cap space, taking on Noah's contract would be a deal-killer for nearly every team.

Trading Noah will be no easy feat for the Knicks.

In the midst of a season during which Noah has appeared in just seven of a possible 50 games, it appears as though the already unstable situation has taken a turn for the worst. Noah earned $17.765 million for 2017-18.

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After just under two years of turmoil, Joakim Noah and the New York Knicks could be headed towards and ugly split. Such an agreement wouldn't change the cap hit the Knicks incur on the remaining years of Noah's deal.

"From Noah's view, this was a far cry from the plan that had been discussed - not to mention a disrespectful way to treat a veteran who hadn't played in the previous 10 games."

While the organization would love to trade the 32-year-old before the February 8 deadline, it won't be easy to convince another team to take on more than $37 million over the next two years.

Noah has fallen behind Enes Kanter, Kyle O'Quinn and Willy Hernangomez on the depth chart at center, leaving him to play just 40 minutes the whole year. And then he was slapped with a 20-game PED suspension by the league, a ban that carried over through the first 12 games of this season.

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