Two more teams have emerged with interest in Knicks second-year guard Frank Ntilikina.
On Thursday, it was reported by The Athletic's Mike Vorkunov that there was "league-wide interest" in Ntilikina and the Magic were one of those teams.
The Suns have previously reached out to the Knicks earlier this year but were told they were not open to moving the 20-year-old 2017 first-round pick.
The Suns are reportedly intrigued with the idea of pairing Ntilikina with Devin Booker.
Booker, 22, is averaging 24.5 points, 3.7 rebounds and seven assists this season. He is primarily a shooting guard but has assumed point guard duties, too.
Phoenix waived point guard Isaiah Canaan on Wednesday and Ntilikina could be a viable replacement. The Knicks guard is also versatile and can play the 2 and 3, too.
Ntilikina is often lauded for his defense but continues to struggle offensively. He is averaging 5.9 points, 2.7 assists and 1.9 rebounds per game this season.