The New York Knicks are among the teams that have contacted the Phoenix Suns about available point guard Eric Bledsoe, according to Ian Begley of ESPN.
Also, per Marc Stein of the New York Times, the Milwaukee Bucks have also expressed an interest.
The Suns are said to be looking to trade Bledsoe in a shakeup that also resulted in the firing of coach Earl Watson on Sunday.
“I don’t wanna be here,” Bledsoe tweeted Sunday, shortly before the Watson firing was revealed.
The Suns sent Bledsoe home Monday morning after he met with team officials, according to a report from ESPN’s Chris Haynes.
Knicks general manager Scott Perry is known as a mover and shaker, and helped reshape the Sacramento Kings’ roster this past offseason. He accepted a job with the
The Los Angeles Clippers and Portland Trail Blazers may be among those interested, league sources have told Amico Hoops. Bledsoe, 27, played for the Clippers from 2010-13.