​New York Knicks center Enes Kanter could reportedly be swapping coasts.


According to ESPN's Adrian Wojnarowski, New York and ​Sacramento are discussing a Kanter-Zach Randolph trade in a potential deal of expiring contracts.

But perhaps what's most interesting is what Woj deleted.

Hmm. Could Kanter be unhappy in New York and want a change of scenery?


​Kanter is in the final year of his contract that owes him $18.6 million, while Randolph is set to make $11.6 million in the last year of his deal.


Kanter's agent could be making a push to get him to greener pastures as the Turkish big man has seen himself falling out of favor in New York. The seventh-year center has played in 41 games for the Knicks this season, starting 23 of them. In 26.5 minutes of game time he averages 14.4 points, 11 rebounds and 2 assists.

Randolph has yet to play a minute of the 2018-19 season. The Kings have instead decided to give the playing time to their young core of frontcourt players, namely Willie Cauley-Stein and ​Marvin Bagley III.


Since neither player appears to be in their respective team's future, the potential trade could benefit both franchises and give both players a chance at some added playing time.