Immanuel Quickley is eligible to sign an extension starting July 1, but there have been no reports of substantive talks. That’s not unusual for a late first-round pick, and as SNY’s Ian Begley predicted, extension conversations will begin to pick up closer to the start of training camp, which begins October 3. The guard reportedly wants a nine-figure extension, a desire that has led some Knicks fans to question whether the team should offer that much. Quickley and New York have until Oct. 24 to agree to an extension, and if that doesn’t happen, he will enter restricted free agency next summer. Given his jump last season, several teams would contact the Knicks about a trade if IQ doesn’t sign a new deal.