Damyean Dotson's trade value appears to be on the rise.
According to Marc Berman of the New York Post, the Pistons and Nets have shown the most interest in acquiring the 24-year-old swingman from the Knicks.
Dotson has flashed his potential of late, averaging a team-high 18 points and shooting 71.4 percent from 3-point range over the Knicks' last three games.
The recent hot streak comes after David Fizdale gave Dotson four games off from Nov. 20 to Nov. 25.
The 2017 second-round draft pick played in 44 games as a rookie last year but has already surpassed his total minutes in 19 games this season with 508 to 474.
He was not even getting any playing time until rookie Kevin Knox went down with an injury -- leading Dotson to suit up and make the most of his opportunity.
It has certainly left an impression on Fizdale.
"I just think he keeps a clear head about everything," Fizdale said, per the Post. "I think he really has a way of compartmentalizing being in and out of the rotation no matter how many minutes he's playing. He just kind of finds a way to keep himself ready. And that's a real talent. I don't know how many people can do that and handle it the way he does."
The Knicks have several options with Dotson.
The forward has $1.62 million non-guaranteed contract for next season and if the Knicks do not trade him, they will have until July 15 to decide to guarantee it.
If they cut ties with him earlier, it would free up more cap space to offer a potential max contract in free agency or they could package him in a bigger deal with someone like Courtney Lee.