The Kings would want to send the Knicks more expiring deals in a trade, Wojnarowski reported, adding that a third team could help facilitate things.
Kanter is due to make $18.6 million this season, while Randolph will be getting $11.6 million.
Randolph has not played in 2018-19 and is on an $11.6 million deal.
Although Wojnarowski's sources say a Randolph for Kanter trade isn't close, both players should consider preparing themselves for a move prior to the February 7 National Basketball Association trade deadline.
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The deal would provide a return to NY for Randolph, who spent 80 games with the Knicks between 2007-2009.
As mentioned in a previous post, there are several unidentified teams interested in trading for Kanter.
Kanter is averaging 31.4 FanDuel points per game this season.
As Wojnarowski points out, nothing is close yet, but this may be the best opportunity the Knicks have to unload some of their veterans before the trade deadline. But if the Knicks can manage to sneak Courtney Lee or Tim Hardaway Jr. into a deal, this trade would become a home run.
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Treatment can involve high doses of steroids, but sometimes the condition goes away without any treatment whatsoever, she added. The World Health Organization says that about 466 million people around the globe suffer from some form of hearing loss.
Rich people are lowering cancer death rates in the US
Cancer is still present and specialists predict 1.7 million new cases in 2019 and 600,000 deaths from these diseases. A total of 1,762,450 new cancer cases and 606,880 deaths from cancer are expected to occur in the U.S. in 2019.
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