Knicks Daily Links: Thursday

All seems quiet on the Knicks’ trade front as deadline approaches: The coaching switch from Derek Fisher to Kurt Rambis might very well be the only big trade the Knicks pull off before this year’s deadline. -- Newsday

Knicks seek help at NBA trade deadline, but nothing seems to be in works: James Dolan probably likes Kurt Rambis’ message a lot better. It remains to be seen whether Phil Jackson can help achieve it by Thursday’s trade deadline. -- New York Daily News

Knicks rookie Kristaps Porzingis doesn’t exactly find peace and quiet on vacation: Kristaps Porzingis spent much of his All-Star break on vacation in the Caribbean, but the rookie needed to return to New York for some peace and quiet. Porzingis said he was inundated with picture requests during a stay with his family at a hotel, reiterating that it’s difficult for a 7-3 forward to blend in. -- New York Daily News

NBA trade deadline’s here: Will the Knicks be players?: Kurt Rambis is getting a sense the Knicks will stand pat at Thursday’s trade deadline but, you never know. Shved happens. -- New York Post

Kristaps Porzingis’ new reality illustrated in one ‘vacation’: No, it was not all sun, sand and surf for rookie Kristaps Porzingis on his four-day jaunt to the Bahamas during the All-Star break. In fact, it wasn’t relaxing at all as he picked a spot overrun by New Yorkers who recognized the 7-foot-3 tourist from Latvia. And everyone wanted a photo. Even those who didn’t know who he was. -- New York Post

Knicks Shrug Off Losses and Trade Rumors as They Try to Refocus: Eight days removed from their most recent game and winless in February, the Knicks reconvened for practice Wednesday afternoon after an extended All-Star break. -- The New York Times

Team has little to offer in possible trade: The Knicks went through the usual drills of a normal practice with interim coach Kurt Rambis installing some wrinkles to the team’s offense and imploring a better effort on both ends. Players finished up with shooting drills while Carmelo Anthony ran laps up and down the court. -- The Record