The New York Knicks appear willing to part with Cam Reddish for the right price, according to SNY's Ian Begley.
Dozens of trades have been discussed/considered by teams at this point. NYK’s probably considering several ahead of deadline. Teams have talked to NYK about potential Cam Reddish deals. I assume NYK wouldn’t move Reddish unless it’s for a top young player: https://t.co/B5p6drZWO9— Ian Begley (@IanBegley) February 9, 2022
Reddish is the most recent addition to the Knicks roster, having been added via trade in mid-January. Reddish seems to fit the Knicks young core, but he has not been given an opportunity to establish himself in New York thus far. Under coach Tom Thibodeau, Reddish has received just 10 minutes per game, down from the 23.4 minutes per game he'd received for the Hawks through 34 games this season.
The Knicks are not shopping Reddish, but they have not turned away teams inquiring about the fourth-year wing. This comes on the heels of a report that coach Thibodeau was against adding Reddish prior to the deal that saw him join the Knicks.
Per league rules, Reddish cannot be included in a deal involving other teammates. Instead, he can only be involved in a transaction for his salary.