Benefits To Going After Enes Kanter

Rex Christensen
January 11, 2019

Enes Kanter and the New York Knicks are not on the same page.

Both big men are on expiring contracts.

ESPN's Adrian Wojnarowski reported Wednesday on the talks involving the two expiring contracts, adding that a deal is not close.

The Knicks are working to move center Enes Kanter, and the most recent candidate that has emerged as a potential trade partner is the Kings.

The New York Knicks have chose to emphasize developing their younger players in what has quickly become a lost season, and that could mean parting ways with veteran center Enes Kanter.

Kanter is due to make $18.6 million this season, while Randolph will be getting $11.6 million.

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Randolph, 37, is at the twilight of his National Basketball Association career.

Kanter proved to be a deadly addition to the Thunder's bench, although he was surprisingly traded to the Knicks as part of the blockbuster 2017 deal that took Carmelo Anthony to Oklahoma City. It would give Kanter an opportunity to play for a team making a playoff push.

While he's developed into a defensive liability, he's averaging 14.4 points and 11 rebounds per game this season. It's unclear what else the Knicks might be looking for in the trade.

With the trade deadline nearby, expect a lot more trade discussions.

The Kings were optimistic after deploying Cauley-Stein as a full-time center for the first time last season, seeing encouraging results and flashes of consistency, but wanted to see another season of it before committing to an extension of his rookie contract.

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