The New York Knicks traded center Nerlens Noel and guard Alec Burks to the Detroit Pistons — clearing $19 million in salary-cap space — and are now able to make an overwhelming contract offer in the neighborhood of $110 million to free-agent guard Jalen Brunson. The Knicks included two future second-round picks and $6 million to incentivize the trade, sources said, and they now have approximately $30 million in cap space to make a massive four-year offer to Brunson, who is coming off a breakout season in which he averaged 16.3 points and 4.8 assists per game for Dallas.