The Knicks and general manager Scott Perry are parting ways, reports say.
Perry had been the team’s general manager for six seasons and would explore other options as his contract expires.
Perry was hired by former Knicks executive Steve Mills in 2017. Mills was later replaced by Leon Rose in 2020 and the current executive retained Perry as general manager.
Perry was part of a front office that helped build a team that earned its first playoff win in a decade and just the second playoff win since 2000. He helped sign RJ Barrett for a 120 extension million last summer, which ended the Knicks’ 23-straight year failing to sign a rookie to a second contract.
Perry was also part of Knicks signings Mitchell Robinson, Julius Randle and Jalen Brunson, who proved to be one of the most impactful free agent signings in the NBA last summer.