When asked if that was true, Porzingis replied: "Listen, we're on the same page".
Now after years of making bad deals and wasting millions on buyouts; the Knicks have part ways with Porzingis who had become exhausted of losing and witnessing what he believed to be the mistreatment of his teammate Enes Kanter.
"I'm doing really well", he said.
However, other reports have claimed Porzingis may be used by the Knicks to acquire Davis.
Porzingis has the option of playing next season in Dallas on a $4.5 million qualifying offer as opposed to accepting a deal which can be worth up to $158 million over five years. The Mavs, however, are confident that Porzingis will play in Dallas for years to come.
Porzingis expressed concerns on the state of the franchise and his future with the organization in the meeting, sources told ESPN's Adrian Wojnarowski.
While that might be encouraging for Mavericks fans to hear, the time for Cuban to put his money where his mouth is isn't very far away. "Unless it's something that we don't expect pops up, hopefully he'll be a Maverick for the next 20 years".
New Knicks point guard Dennis Smith Jr. believes he will benefit from a change of scenery. "That's obviously a lot of what this deal is all about".
The Knicks have been losing for years and has made bad decision after bad decision.
Robinson has shown plenty of potential, but the Knicks aren't going to be able to contend with him as a player that's getting consistent minutes.
Porzingis, the No. 4 overall pick in the 2015 National Basketball Association draft, was averaging a career-best 22.7 points per game before he suffered a torn ACL in his left knee during a breakout All-Star season in 2017-18.
"I was surprised", Porzingis said of the trade Monday.
ESPN then caught up to Cuban after the presser to ask if he's anxious that Porzingis may eventually sign elsewhere.
"Every relationship takes time to build", Porzingis said.