The Knicks could pursue Kemba Walker when he becomes a free agent, but for now the 28-year-old guard is focused on winning with the Charlotte Hornets.
Walker told reporters he was focused on this season and not free agency after he scored 25 points to lead Charlotte past New York 119-107 on Sunday at Madison Square Garden.
"I don't have any interest in coming back home -- right now," Walker, a Bronx native, said, according to the New York Post's Zach Braziller.
The Knicks have been interested in Walker for some time, and the Hornets last season wanted to negotiate with the Knicks. But trade talks never really got off the ground.
Walker has had his fair share of highlights at The Garden ever since his UConn days, including a legendary step-back buzzer-beater in the Big East tournament in the Huskies' 2011 national championship season.
His career-high at Madison Square Garden is 34 points, which he scored on April 6, 2016.
Of course, if he became a Knick, he'd have many more opportunities to top that.