Enes Kanter released by New York Knicks after trade deadline

New York Knicks waive FETO-linked basketball player

ESPN's Adrian Wojnarowski reported around the time of the deadline that Kanter and the Knicks were working on a separation that was expected to be finished on Thursday.

The Knicks have been trying to move Kanter for a few weeks, but his contract made things hard, according to the report. As grateful as I am (to the Knicks), I am also excited to continue playing basketball and showcasing that I can be one of the most dominant forces in the paint.

Enes Kanter and the Knicks could be headed toward a contract buyout. This is pretty stunning considering he is on a frightful New York Knicks team. Kanter is a vocal critic of the regime, and refused to travel with the Knicks to London earlier this season for fear that he could be assassinated.

Wesley Matthews is probably the best player on this list who shouldn't take long to find a new home.

The Knicks made headlines last week when they traded star Kristaps Porzingis to the Dallas Mavericks along with Tim Hardaway Jr. and Courtney Lee. With head coach David Fizdale focusing on youth, it will be interesting how Jordan fits into New York's plans moving forward.

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This would be an interesting move because Kanter is a quality player.

Having said that, the NBA Trade Deadline is not the end of the excitement. He's also strong on the glass and can get offensive rebounds.

But while trade season is over until the summer, teams with an open roster spot can still acquire a new addition via the buyout market.

Opposing teams expect the Knicks to be aggressive in pursuing the top free agents in the coming offseason, a group that includes Kevin Durant, Kawhi Leonard and Kyrie Irving.

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