Knicks agree to terms with guard Alec Burks

NEW YORK — Armed with the league’s most cap space as big names were crossing off the board, the Knicks’ first move in free agency was a small ripple Friday: agreeing to sign Alec Burks to a reported one-year, $6 million deal.Burks, 29, is a combo guard who averaged 12.2 points over 18 games in Philadelphia last season after being traded from Golden State. He’s a solid spot-up 3-point shooter with two-way skills but has adopted journeyman’s status lately with five different teams since 2018.The first seven full seasons of Burks’ career were with the Utah Jazz, where he developed a close relatio…

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