According to the New York Post, Euroleague point guard Bobby Brown is second on the Knicks' wish list behind veteran Beno Udrih. The team hopes to get Udrih for the $1.4 million veteran's minimum, which is quite a discounted rate compared to the $7 million he made with the Orlango Magic and Milwaukee Bucks last season.
It's not a very likely scenario, however, as Udrih -- who averaged 8.2 points and 4.6 assists in 2012-13 -- will likely command a higher salary.
With that being said, Brown has interest in donning the Blue and Orange, and reportedly would be willing to take less money to do so.
Also vying for Brown's services are the San Antonio Spurs and Memphis Grizzlies. It makes sense, as Brown, 28, averaged more than 19 points and 5 assists for Siena of the Italian League last season.
Brown, who agreed to a deal with a Chinese basketball team, will be eligible to sign with any NBA squad by Aug. 15. After that deadline, Brown will be a member of the Dongguan Leopard for the 2013-14 season.
With Udrih and Brown coveted by New York, Delonte West appears to be the odd man out. Sources told The Post the Knicks no longer covet the veteran.
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