Kanter is on an expiring $18.6 million contract, while Randolph's is worth $11.6 million, northjersey.com noted.
According to Adrian Wojnarowski, NBA Insider for ESPN, the Sacramento Kings are in talks with the New York Knicks about a potential deal that would involve Enes Kanter and Zach Randolph.
Randolph, 37, has not played in a game this season following Dave Joerger stating ahead of the season that his minutes would be cut down in favour of younger players.
New York Knicks may have found a trade partner for the Turkish starWhat's the rumor? Hence why a third team might be needed. On the other end, the Knicks would be getting players with expiring contracts, which would no longer be a concern come the 2019-20 season.
Randolph, 37, is at the twilight of his National Basketball Association career. After living in the basement of the Western Conference standings for over the last decade, the purple and white are finally a decent team as they stand at a record of 20-21 halfway through their campaign.
Hmm. Could Kanter be unhappy in NY and want a change of scenery?
But teams have reportedly inquired about Kanter, and the Knicks have listened.
While he's developed into a defensive liability, he's averaging 14.4 points and 11 rebounds per game this season. The list of interested teams could swell in the coming days as the February trade deadline nears. Expect a few Knicks players to be traded.