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.