Knicks, Raptors discussing Lowry deal

December, 12, 2013
12/12/13
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The Toronto Raptors and New York Knicks are talking trade again.

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The Raptors, fresh off their deal that dispatched Rudy Gay to Sacramento, are trying to construct a deal that routes point guard Kyle Lowry to the Knicks, sources with knowledge of the discussions told ESPN.com.

Toronto and New York combined on a deal in the offseason that sent Andrea Bargnani to New York. ESPN.com reported Sunday that the Raptors' next move, after finding a taker for Gay, would be finding a new home for Lowry, who is in the final year of his contract at a palatable $6.2 million.

If the talks continue to progress, sources say, New York's injured Raymond Felton would likely have to be included to go to Toronto in addition to at least one other Knick. Players who signed new contracts in July are eligible to be traded starting Sunday.

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