ESPN’s “Outside the Lines” revisits the circumstances surrounding Cuttino Mobley’s retirement due to a heart condition. What seems evident at this point is that [a] Mobley has been aware of his condition, hypertrophic cardiomyopathy, since he was 23. [b] Each of the four teams Mobley has played for were aware of his condition and had him sign a liability waiver to suit up. [c] The Knicks may or may not have known about Mobley’s condition when they dealt for him, but any notion that they acted altruistically to save Mobley’s life by pushing into retirement is silly. As Larry Coon explains in the segment, the Knicks had only one concern — unloading Zach Randolph onto any willing buyer. If the Knicks could acquire a player in return whose contract not only expired in 2010, but who might also fetch them an injury exemption and an insurance claim, all the better.