The New York Knicks failed to make a move at the NBA trade deadline, but it appears that they may not be done making moves overall. After waiving Beno Udrih and Metta World Peace, the Knicks are now looking at the likes of some other buyout candidates to add to their roster for the second half.
According to the New York Post, the Knicks could look at Danny Granger and Ben Gordon should they be bought out by their respective teams.
The Knicks could decide to sign a younger D-League player to develop for the future, but a veteran of intrigue is Danny Granger, should he be waived by the 76ers.
The Knicks also will have interest in proven veterans who were recently bought out, including Earl Clark, Ben Gordon and Antawn Jamison.
Givent heir utter lack of activity at the deadline, the Knicks almost need to make a move. Adding Granger or Gordon wouldn’t be half bad either, but the only question is would the Knicks be desirable destinations for either mercenary?