According to his agent, the Knicks have reportedly reached out to SG Alan Anderson, per NY Daily News' Stefan Bondy.
Anderson's agent, Chris Grier Luchey, said the talks were "feeling out on both sides" as the Knicks looked to see what Anderson could bring to the team.
"There was just a little dialogue just about what Alan can bring to the table for the Knicks," Luchey said.
The 34-year-old guard isn't what the Knicks are primarily looking for as president Steve Mills and GM Scott Perry are aiming for a youth rebuild. However, Luchey believes Anderson can bring a veteran mindset to a young team to balance things out.
"One of the things I think Alan can help provide is some stability and professionalism," he said.
Anderson is used to the Big Apple having played two seasons with the Brooklyn Nets. He was noted as being a strong leader on a team that made the playoffs in back-to-back seasons in 2013-14 and 2014-15.
In 30 games last season with the Clippers, Anderson averaged 2.9 points and 10 minutes per game.