With just over two weeks remaining until the Feb. 20 deadline, the options are seemingly endless for Steve Mills and Co.
The Knicks, sitting at 19-29 but just 1.5 games behind the eighth-place Charlotte Bobcats as of Feb. 4, could be buyers. They aren't exactly overflowing with trade assets, but in a weak Eastern Conference, it wouldn't take much of an upgrade to propel them into a playoff spot.
Or, they could be sellers. Even if they do crack the playoffs, upending the Indiana Pacers or Miami Heat is a daunting proposition. Instead of trading away assets for a likely first- or second-round exit, they could attempt to stockpile cap space in order to bring in friends for Carmelo Anthony, who has to option to enter free agency this summer.
They could also stay put at the deadline, but with all the gossip surrounding the Knickerbockers recently, that seems like the long shot option at this point.
Let's take a peek at the most recent trade buzz as it becomes available.