The New York Knicks are reportedly hesitant to trade "significant assets" in a potential blockbuster deal for New Orleans Pelicans superstar forward Anthony Davis.

On Tuesday, Ian Begley of SNY reported some members of the Knicks organization are "uncomfortable with the idea" of parting ways with a multitude of assets in exchange for a singular high-profile player like Davis, citing the Carmelo Anthony era as the root of their concerns.

What was shaping up to become a memorable summer for New York could be falling apart.

A few weeks ago, it was starting to sound like a virtual lock that the Knicks would land the Golden State Warriors' Kevin Durant and Boston Celtics' Kyrie Irving.