The Knicks are interested in signing free agent guards Jarrett Jack and Archie Goodwin, reports ESPN's Ohm Youngmisuk.
According to Youngmisuk, New York would like to add some "veteran presence" to the team, both on and off the court. In June, the Knicks selected 18-year-old French star Frank Ntilikina with their pick in the first-round on the NBA Draft.
Any chance of the team adding Kyrie Irving in a trade with the Cavaliers fell through when Cleveland sent the guard to the Celtics in a deal on Tuesday night.
Goodwin, who played in 12 games with the Nets last year, has averaged 6.3 points and 1.2 assists per game over four NBA seasons. He and current Knicks head coach Jeff Hornacek were together with the Suns from 2013-16.
Jack has limited to 11 points per game over his career, but he was limited to just two games last season due to a knee injury.