Knicks signing Taj Gibson after waiving Dylan Windler

The Knicks needed some help in the middle, and right away. After all, starting center Mitchell Robinson will miss at least a couple of months after undergoing surgery on his right ankle. Taj Gibson

So it appears the Knicks will return to an old friend and grizzled veteran in center/forward Taj Gibson. According to his agency, Priority Sports, Gibson is signing with the Knicks. It is believed to be a deal for the rest of the season for the veteran’s minimum. The move has not yet been announced.

In order to make room for Gibson, the Knicks waived guard Dylan Windler, as we relayed in the full post here. Windler had his two-way contract converted to a standard deal at the start of the season, but still spent plenty of time with the G League club. He appeared in just three games with New York.

Gibson, 38, is 6-foot-9 and was waived by the Wizards in October. He played for the Knicks from 2019-22 — and has appeared in 945 career games overall, including runs with the Bulls, Thunder and Timberwolves as well.

Last season, Gibson appeared in 49 games with Washington and averaged 3.4 points and 1.9 rebounds.


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  1. The Kncks are showing incredible grit and determination this season, making waves with their passionate play. Their teamwork and resilience on the court are truly commendable, bringing a refreshing energy to the game. Knicks fans must be thrilled with the team’s performance!

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