Cam Reddish is all but guaranteed to be traded by the Knicks before the deadline, the only question being where the former top-10 draft pick will wind up.
One potential destination is with the Bucks, who, according to multiple reports, are interested in acquiring the 23-year-old, while multiple other teams have also expressed interest.
But what would a return package look like for New York if Reddish was dealt to Milwaukee? According to Bleacher Report, Grayson Allen has been offered in exchange for Reddish, and has been offered to other teams as well.
While Allen is maligned by many fans across the NBA for some of his controversial fouls, and has been debated as a “dirty” player on multiple occasions, including pushing Patrick Williams in a game against the Bulls last month, a year after he was ejected for a hard foul on Chicago’s Alex Caruso.
But Allen could present New York with some much-needed 3-point shooting, as he is shooting nearly 40 percent from downtown once again this season, and is a career 39.4 percent 3-point shooter across his career on an average of 4.7 attempts per game.
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