Knicks and Kings Discussing Enes Kanter-Zach Randolph Trade

Knicks and Kings Discussing Enes Kanter-Zach Randolph Trade

Knicks and Kings Discussing Enes Kanter-Zach Randolph Trade

Randolph, 37, hasn't played for the Kings this season and probably wouldn't suit up for the Knicks if the Kings trade him.

The Kings are looking to dump additional expiring contracts, which could require a third team to become involved, Wojnarowski reported. Kanter, however, stopped short of requesting a trade during a recent meeting with general manager Scott Perry.

The New York Knicks are discussing a trade that would send center Enes Kanter to the Sacramento Kings for power forward Zach Randolph, according to a report from Adrian Wojnarowski of ESPN. Kanter is on an expiring $18.6 million contract, while Randolph's is worth $11.6 million, northjersey.com noted.

In 41 games this season, Kanter has averaged 14.4 points and 11.0 rebounds.

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On the other side of the deal, Kanter has been frustrated with his role for the Knicks as the franchise has started to focus more on developing their younger players. He spent the 2007-08 season and part of the following season with the Knicks.

Enes Kanter #00 of the New York Knicks looks on during the game against the Sacramento Kings on March 4, 2018 at Golden 1 Center in Sacramento, California.

The Kings now are 10th in the Western Conference standings, and adding Kanter might bolster their prospects of qualifying for the playoffs.

During that span, the 26-year old is averaging around 12 points, eight rebounds, and one assist per contest while making around 54% of his shots from the floor and 78% of his shots from the free-throw line.

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