Via the NY Post:
After the Knicks’ second-round exit from the playoffs, Evan Fournier is convinced of two things:
He could’ve helped them in their series loss to Miami.
And they’re not going to bring him back.
“There’s no way they’re going to keep me. I would be very surprised if they did,” Fournier said after Friday night’s season-ending, Game 6 loss in South Florida. “So we’ll see. It’s obviously not in my hands.” …
He inked a hefty four-year, $73 million contract before last season that has now made him a salary-cap albatross.
He has two years left on the deal, but 2024-25 is a club option, essentially making him a one-year expiring contract.