Guard Derrick Rose will meet with the Milwaukee Bucks on Monday, reports ESPN's Adrian Wojnarowski.
Although it was reported earlier by ESPN that the Knicks were interested in a reunion with the guard, New York's thinking on Rose might have changed after Phil Jackson's departure, according to Newsday's Al Iannazzone.
Frank Isola of the New York Daily News reports that GM Steve Mills wants to make the team younger and does not want to bring back Rose, who turns 29 in October. Mills is reportedly looking to put his stamp on the team as he vies for the president position.
Rose, whose first season as a Knick was cut short in April due to a season-ending meniscus tear, previously expressed interest in returning to New York. Former team president Phil Jackson said at the end of the season that Rose surprised the team with his desire to play for the Knicks despite the team's losing season.
The Knicks have discussed various options at point guard, according to ESPN, but the team does not want to spend significant amounts of money for free agents.
In 64 games for the Knicks, Rose averaged 18 points, 4.4 assists, and 3.8 rebounds.
Rose was the NBA Rookie of the Year in 2009 and is a three-time all-star. He was the NBA MVP in 2011, but has been plagued by injuries since then, including a torn ACL in 2012 and multiple meniscus injuries in the years that followed.