The New York Knicks will have Early Bird Rights on Trey Burke in 2019, which will allow them to go over the cap to re-sign him to a deal worth 105 percent greater than the average salary of 18-19 for up to four seasons.

The average salary for 16-17 was $7.8 million.

The Knicks will have Burke on a cap hold of just $1.6 million during the 2019 offseason, which will be significant for them as they're expected to be active in free agency.

Burke has played well for the Knicks since being brought up from the G League.