Joakim Noah wants to stay with the Knicks.
Noah signed a four-year, $72 million contract with New York in 2016. But, he saw action in just seven games for the Knicks last season, totaling 40 minutes, and he left the team in late January after a dispute with then-coach Jeff Hornacek.
Noah said Monday he hopes to stay with the team in 2018-19.
"I love New York," Noah said in an interview with TMZ Sports.
Hornacek was fired by the Knicks in mid-April and was replaced by David Fizdale.
"I don't know what's going to happen,” Noah said in the interview. “But coach Fiz is cool."
Noah was also suspended for 20 games after violating the NBA’s drug policy in March 2017.