The Knicks have their eyes set on 2019 free agency, when they hope to make their big splash, but one of the biggest fish expected on the market doesn’t sound too keen on relocating to a place like New York. In addition to declaring his love for the California beaches, Klay Thompson — an L.A. native — said he’ll tackle his free agency with the weather in mind. Thompson didn’t rule out anything, but it seems like he’d have an issue with New York winters. “I definitely want to play somewhere warm,” the Warriors guard said on a podcast with ESPN’s Adrian Wojnarowski. “I’ve been playing a lot of golf — so whatever fits well. But it’s special to be with one franchise your whole career. Only so many guys have done it in professional sports. And it’d be weird leaving the Bay Area. I believe I’m going to be there for a very long time. I can say that truthfully. But a lot can happen the next two years. It’s going to be hard to leave California when it’s sunny like this.”