Very few players on the Knicks' current roster appear to be safe from a potential trade.
According to Marc Berman of The Post, the Knicks have explored trading "nearly everyone" on their roster with the exception of Kristaps Porzingis, Kevin Knox and Mitchell Robinson before the Feb. 7 trade deadline.
It was previously reported the Knicks were actively shopping Enes Kanter, Tim Hardaway Jr. and Courtney Lee.
Hardaway, 26, is under contract for two more years, and head coach David Fizdale recently rationalized Hardawaywas still receiving playing time because of how much his contract is worth, which somewhat confirms the Knicks are trying to deal him and Lee for the cap space in order to make a run at a top tier free agent this summer.
Kanter, on the other hand, would not save the Knicks cap space but there has been a rift between the 26-year-old center and the coaching staff and front office over his playing time.
Porzingis, a restricted free agent this summer, has been floated around as a possibility to land Anthony Davis from the Pelicans, but as of Monday morning it was unclear if the Knicks are seriously considering trading him, although they are said to be "aggressive" in pursuit of Davis.