The Knicks have reportedly spoken with the Chicago Bulls and Sacramento Kings about a trade that would involve center Enes Kanter, according to the New York Daily News' Stefan Bondy.
New York has engaged with the Bulls about a trade that would involve Kanter and Bulls forward Jabari Parker, however they also looked to include a third team in a possible deal.
While the Kings were an option to be that third team, New York and Sacramento have had separate talks for a trade including Kanter, however the Knicks, according to Bondy, want a "sweetner" to a deal, like a second-round pick, as opposed to swapping expiring contracts.
Kanter, 26, has not asked for a trade, but has voiced his concern over his reduced playing time. The Knicks have received interest in Kanter, who has averaged 14.4 points and 11 rebounds this season, over the past week, however no deal currently appears imminent.
The Knicks last month expressed "preliminary interest" in Parker, the 23-year-old forward who has averaged 14.7 points and 6.8 rebounds this season, after he lost his spot in Chicago's regular rotation.