The Knicks are working on buyouts of Metta World Peace and Beno Udrih, according to several reports. New York will have two open roster spots with 27 games left. From ESPNNewYork:

League sources confirmed to ESPN New York that the team is in discussions with World Peace’s representatives to work on a buyout or outright release.

The Knicks, league sources said, are also in talks with Beno Udrih’s representatives to work on a release or buyout for the veteran point guard.

Udrih, 31, requested a trade from the Knicks in late January, sources said.

The Knicks attempted to trade Udrih before Thursday’s deadline but were unsuccessful.