The Knicks made a headline trade this week, dealing for Cam Reddish, Solomon Hill, and a 2025 second-rounder while sending Kevin Knox and a protected first-rounder to the Hawks.
New York’s dealings during trade season may not be done, however.
The team is likely to explore other deals, according to Ian Begley of SNY.tv. Begley writes that Myles Turner and Jalen Brunson are both on New York’s radar, adding that Alec Burks and Mitchell Robinson could be on the table in trade discussions.
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- Timberwolves expected to be buyers at the trade deadline: Minnesota is expected to search for upgrades as they look to make a push for the playoffs, according to Jon Krawczynski of The Athletic. The Wolves still have eyes for Ben Simmons, though there hasn’t been any indication that the Sixers are fond of Minnesota’s offerings. Krawczynki notes that Myles Turner was once seen as a candidate on Minnesota’s radar. However, Jarred Vanderbilt‘s emergence changed things.
- Orlando looking to move veterans: The Magic are open to dealing Gary Harris, Terrence Ross, and Mohamed Bamba, according to Jake Fischer of Bleacher Report. The asking price for each player is a first-round pick, though there’s a belief around the league that the asking price.
- P.J. Washington could be out man out in Charlotte: The Hornets have several players who will be in need of new contracts come this summer and Fischer (same piece) suggests that the team may look to move the forward sooner than when he’s eligible to sign a rookie-scale extension this offseason.
- Kings expected to try and move Harrison Barnes, Buddy Hield: Both veterans are available in trade talks with longtime NBA journalist Marc Stein writing that there’s a “rising belief around the league” that the Kings are determined to trade Barnes ahead of the trade deadline.
- Sixers not interested in De’Aaron Fox? Philly and Sacramento had recent trade discussions about the former Kentucky point guard, yet there’s a sense that Daryl Morey & Co. are not interested in Fox as the main piece in a Simmons deal.
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