Exciting News: As Knicks reaches agreement for Bruce Brown after…

Trade Update: As Knicks reaches agreement for Bruce Brown after…

Bruce Brown was the principal player sent from the Indiana Pacers to the Toronto Raptors in the Pascal Siakam trade. It sure sounds as if Brown could be on the move again.

The versatile 27-year-old has a $23 million team option for next season, per Spotrac, meaning he’s effectively on an expiring contract if his employer opts not to pick it up. That’s what has made him one of this trade season’s most logical candidates, and the Knicks are one of several shoppers with eyes on him, along with the Los Angeles Lakers and Utah Jazz, per Yahoo Sports’ Jake Fischer.

The Raptors have requested—and been offered—a first-round pick for Brown, per SportsNet’s Michael Grange, but New York and Toronto have disagreed on which draft pick it should be. The Knicks are dangling a 2024 first, while the Raptors are “holding out for a future Knicks first-rounder,” Grange noted.

While Brown lacks a standout skill, he boasts the across-the-board skills of your prototypical glue guy. That’s the exact role he masterfully filled for the Denver Nuggets during their run to the title last season.

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