Scott Perry is staying on as the Knicks’ general manager.
New team president Leon Rose is keeping Perry, according to multiple reports, with the two sides agreeing on a one-year contract.
Perry, 56, has been the Knicks GM since 2017.
The Post recently reported Perry would still be running this year’s NBA Draft for the Knicks. The Knicks recently hired Brock Aller from the Cavaliers, who is set to become the Knicks’ vice president of strategy.
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