Knicks to waive vet point guard Sessions

Ramon Sessions has appeared in 13 games for the Knicks this season.

The New York Knicks will waive veteran point guard Ramon Sessions, according to a report from the Philadelphia Inquirer.

Per the report, Sessions will still get paid the remainder of his one-year salary.

Sessions, 31, has appeared in just two of the Knicks’ previous 10 games. He has been the third-string point guard behind Jarrett Jack and rookie Frank Ntikilina, and is averaging 3.7 points in 13 games.

The Knicks have been rumored to be pondering a call-up of point guard Trey Burke, currently playing for their G League affiliate in Westchester, N.Y.

Burke, 25, has spent time in the NBA with the Utah Jazz and Washington Wizards.


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