From ESPN RUMOR CENTRAL
According to Hahn, the Knicks would think about a deal for Randolph, if it includedLuke Ridnour or a draft pick, instead of Telfair.
-- Nick Borges
UPDATE: According to sources speaking to Ken Berger of CBS Sports, the Wolves are covetingAnthony Randolph in return for Telfair.
With Randolph essentially out of the Knicks' rotation, it's possible he could be had. Though, as noted below, the Knicks aren't too hard after Telfair at the moment. It's been reported New York might also use Randolph to acquire a draft pick, which they might use to to try and bolster an offer for Carmelo Anthony.
If the Wolves include a pick in such a Randolph-Telfair swap, it could entice the Knicks to pull the trigger more.
Yet, even with a another draft pick, it's believed they're still a longshot to land Anthony via trade.
It's been widely reported the Knicks are after a quality, affordable backup PG behind Raymond Felton.
But while Telfair is on the team's radar, it doesn't appear like New York is hard after him.
"The Knicks and Timberwolves have had talks regarding Telfair, but Knick sources say while Bassy would be serviceable he won't solve their problem and the Knicks are in no hurry to deal for him," reported Steve Kyler of HOOPSWORLD.