Source: http://nba.si.com/2013/08/29/offseas...sct=nba_t11_a1


Quote: What Went Wrong: The costly, nonsensical acquisition of Andrea Bargnani, who addresses not a single one of New York’s needs. Even the one thing that Bargnani, 27, supposedly does well is a bit of a mirage; the former Raptor made only 32.3 percent of his three-pointers in his last three seasons (the league average was about 35.5 percent in that time), submarining some of his value as a stretch 4. Otherwise, he’s a horrid rebounder and reluctant defender, which in total makes him a lesser version of big man Amar’e Stoudemire, whose flaws already compromise the Knicks strategically


More support that Ujiri robbed the Knicks - even if we only get role players and picks back - which have some value - this move could be a positive due to the old addition by subtraction philosophy