Advertisement AdvertisementThe Knicks reportedly reached an agreement to sign power forward Noah Vonleh on Tuesday afternoon. Vonleh, a 2014 lottery pick, last played for the Bulls. Chicago did not extend him a qualifying offer, making him a free agent.The Knicks will be the fourth team in five seasons for the No. 9 overall pick of 2014, who will join a bench mob of former top-10 selections that includes Mario Hezonja (No. 5, 2015), Emmanuel Mudiay (No. 7, 2015), and Trey Burke (No. 9, 2013).Vonleh and Gerald Henderson were traded to Portland after his first season in exchange for Nicolas Batum, and Vonleh started a majority of games for the Trail Blazers in the following two years, averaging just over 5 points per game.The Knicks also re-signed young forwards Luke Kornet and Isaiah Hicks to provide more depth in the frontcourt behind Enes Kanter. Terms of the deal have not been disclosed by the team.Still just 22 years old, Vonleh played in 54 games split between the Bulls and Portland Trail Blazers last season, averaging 4.9 points and 5.8 rebounds a night.
This fall, desktops everywhere are getting dressed up in Jil Sander, with the launch of the label’s new online boutique at JILSANDER.COM on September 30th. Just in time for the Fall/Winter 2009 season, the site will offer up women’s and men’s ready-to-wear, footwear, accessories, eyewear and fragrances.Powered by the YOOX Group, the world’s leading luxury e-tailer, the new e-store will offer premium customer care and an easily navigable design—in addition to the sleek silhouettes and streamlined accessories that have made Jil Sander one of the fashion world’s most recognizable names. The online shop will give customers in Europe, the U.S. and Japan an all-access pass to the world of Jil Sander, with translations in English, German, Italian and Japanese to start, and plans to expand into further regions already underway.Visit www.jilsander.com.