Knicks, Kings Discussing Enes Kanter Trade: Report


The New York Knicks (10-31) and Sacramento Kings (20-21) are reportedly discussing a commerce involving veterans Enes Kanter and Zach Randolph. Both gamers are on expiring contracts, with Kanter due $18.6 million and Randolph at $11.6 million.

According to ESPN's Adrian Wojnarowski, nothing is shut but however the Kings are fascinated about sending out extra expiring contracts.

Kanter, 26, is averaging 14.four factors and 11 rebounds a recreation for the Knicks however has been out and in of the beginning lineup as head coach David Fizdale has opted to provide extra minutes to second-year huge man Luke Kornet.

Kanter reportedly met with Knicks common supervisor Scott Perry final week over his diminished position, however didn't particularly request a commerce, in accordance with

Randolph, 37, is averaging 14.5 factors and 6.7 rebounds per recreation this season - his first with the Kings. The veteran ahead spent the 2007-08 season and 11 video games of the 2008-09 season with the Knicks earlier than being dealt to the Los Angeles Clippers.