The Knicks pursuing sore-backed veteran point guard Baron Davis, who cleared waivers last night, and the club also is focused on pursuing forward Travis Outlaw, the Nets’ amnesty cut, if he clears tonight at 8.

“The focus is still on Baron’s health,” Davis’ agent, Todd Ramasar, told The Post late last night after being on a flight most of the evening. “I’ll be having conversations with teams this weekend.”

An Outlaw signing would make up for the loss of forward Shawne Williams to the Nets. The Knicks could offer Outlaw, who would not have to move from his New Jersey home, their $2.5 million exception, unless Davis commands it.