Report: Knicks Could Target Kentavious Caldwell-Pope in Free Agency

Lakers wing Kentavious Caldwell-Pope has reportedly “piqued” the Knicks‘ interest, as the team pursues another athletic wing.

According to the Daily News‘ Stefan Bondy, New York would most likely make a push for Caldwell-Pope during free agency.

As the Knicks plot out their future during this downtrending season, a particular mold of player remains a priority for the front office, according to sources: an athletic wing.


One of that ilk who has piqued New York’s interest is Lakers forward Kentavious Caldwell-Pope, who will be an unrestricted free agent in the summer. […]


Unfortunately for the Knicks, the demand for those type of wings is widespread throughout the league as the Feb. 8 trade deadline approaches, according to ESPN. So upgrading is more feasible during the summer, when Caldwell-Pope and other wings hit the open market.

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