Despite the fact that the Knicks have reached out to the Suns about point guard Eric Bledsoe, the team is not actively shopping rookie guard Frank Ntilikina or second-year center Willy Hernangomez, according to Newsday's Al Iannazzone.
Ntilikina, the 19-year-old whom the Knicks drafted eighth overall in June, has only played eight minutes in one game through New York's first two games of the season and is unlikely to play Tuesday against the Celtics due to a sprained ankle.
Hernangomez, 23, averaged 8.2 points and seven rebounds in 72 games last season, however is "frustrated," according to teammate Kristaps Porzingis, over the fact that he was limited to four minutes in last Thursday's season-opener and a healthy scratch in Saturday's loss to the Pistons.
The Knicks' likeliness to move either player could change depending on what other teams make available on the trade market, according to Iannazzone.
Bledsoe likely played his last game with Phoenix, Suns GM Ryan McDonough told reporters on Monday, and was sent home from Monday's shootaround after meeting with the organization's front office, according to ESPN's Chris Haynes.
Bledsoe, 27, has averaged 15.7 points and three assists in three games this season. Last year, he averaged 21.1 points, 6.3 assists and 4.8 rebounds in 66 games.
He is currently in the fourth year of a five-year, $70 million deal, and will become an unrestricted free agent in 2019.