The New York Knicks have a roster decision to make once Joakim Noah's 12-game drug suspension is over.
The Knicks have to remove someone from the roster to make room for Noah, which could happen witha trade.
Noah is in Year 2 of a four-year, $72 million contact.
“We know that is looming,’’ Scott Perry said. “We’re going to have to address the roster. We’ve been working through the process for a few weeks. By Sunday at 5 p.m., there’ll be a resolution one way or another. Whether it’s a trade or waive an individual.’’
Mindaugas Kuzminskas’ agents have explored interest around the league for a trade as he's fallen out of favor with the Knicks.
Ramon Sessions has also seen his playing time reduced.
“I think it would be unfair for me to comment about any guy as it relates to if he’s going to be here or not,’’ Perry said. “What I will say about Ramon, Ramon is a true professional. The guy is a pro. He goes about his business the same way every day whether he’s playing or not playing. That sets a fine example.”