Nov. 21, 2008, marked an active day in New York Knicks history. Not one, but two cap-clearing trades were made, with success in the 2010 offseason as the desired outcome. Players like LeBron James and Dwyane Wade headlined this historic class.
So, the Knicks moved Jamal Crawford for Al Harrington, whose salary was set to expire in the summer of 2010. It was a straight-up trade, though the Donnie Walsh-led front office made its second deal with more players involved: