Ian Begley ESPN Staff Writer
Kristaps Porzingis hasn't talked to the Knicks since he skipped exit meetings earlier this month. It is unclear if NYK will have any staff with Porzingis while he is in Latvia this summer, as the club did last year. Last offseason, Knicks director of performance Mubarak Malik went to Porzingis' hometown of Liepaja, Latvia, in the offseason to provide a summer training program for the big man. Assistant coach Josh Longstaff then spent time with Porzingis in Liepaja in June to work on different facets of his game. Janis Porzingis, Kristaps' brother, said on Monday that Longstaff may still work with Porzingis again in Latvia. "Maybe Kristaps' personal coach [Longstaff] will visit KP's summer camp [in mid-June] in Liepaja as he did last year, but nothing more,'' Janis Porzingis said, according to a translation of a press conference in Latvia on Monday published by the New York Post.