Retired Al Harrington lets Knicks know he is still willing to play for them

Thursday July 2nd, 2015

The New York Knicks missed out on another free agent target when Greg Monroe signed with the Bucks on Thursday morning.

With free agents signing at a break neck pace, the Knicks have so far only inked Aaron Afflalo to a reported two-year, $16 million contract, a deal which Sports Illustrated's Rob Mahoney gavea grade of C+.

The Knicks still have some of their allure to one player though, as retired 16-year NBA veteran Al Harrington has reached out to the team on Twitter and let them know he is willing to suit up for the squad for the chance to play at Madison Square Garden.

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Harrington retired from the NBA in the 2013-'14 season, appearing in 34 games for the Wizards. He was traded to New York in 2008 and played 140 games for the team.

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