As rumors continue to swirl about a possible trade between the New York Knicks and Toronto Raptors involving point guard Kyle Lowry, outlets are reporting that the Knicks aren't the only team interested in the hot-headed guard Lowry. The Brooklyn Nets and Golden State Warriors are also sniffing around.

Yahoo Sports reports something similar involving the Nets. The fact that Toronto is reportedly demanding a first-round pick severely limits any deal, as the Nets, like the Knicks, have given away most of their future picks in attempts to build super-contenders, and the Warriors sent theirs to Utah, though they could conceivably move a 2016 pick in a deal.

What's clear is that the Raptors have created a market for their starting point guard who has reportedly wanted out of Toronto for some time. With the trade of one of his best friends in Rudy Gay, there's little left for Lowry in Toronto, and he's too good to help the Raptors tank for a higher pick.