The Knicks may be out of luck when it comes to acquiring Celtics guard Rajon Rondo from the Celtics, but according to one report, there may still be life for a trade between the two teams involving other players. As you may be aware, the 3-8 Knicks have more issues than Rondo can fix anyways. They also lack big men. The ones they have - Amare Stoudemire and Kenyon Martin - aren't getting much playing time, and according Bleacher Report, Stoudemire could be playing more minutes for the Knicks, but they simply aren't allowing him. But perhaps Stoudemire's playing time will come on the Celtics. According to Bleacher Report's source, the Celtics might be willing to trade Gerald Wallace and seldom-used Kris Humphries to the Knicks for Amare Stoudemire. Yes, Stoudemire has massive amounts of money - $21.7 million and $23.4 million, respectively - left on his two-year deal, but the key is that it's only two years. Wallace's contract has an extra year on it, so by trading him away the C's have more money freed up for the 2015-16 season. Also, the C's clearly will be worse this season without Wallace, if the goal is to maximize losses.
Is Wallace, Humphries for Stoudemire a possibility?
NBC Sports Boston | Nov 22