New York Knicks may trade for this Pacers veteran per NBA Insider

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The Indiana Pacers and New York Knicks have been linked multiple times during the trade season already, with rumors around both Obi Toppin as well as Cam Reddish rumors showing up in the news cycle.

In his newest news drop, Jake Fischer of Yahoo Sports has reported that the New York Knicks are interested in long-time trade-rumored Myles Turner, who has been in trade rumors since what feels like the dawn of time. Jake Fischer writes that:

"If Turner’s contract talks ultimately stall, New York and Toronto have registered interest in recent transaction cycles, sources said. The Knicks hold a trove of first-round draft capital to spend, though the recent performance of Mitchell Robinson might quell any of New York’s attempts to upgrade its frontcourt."

So it sounds like New York may be interested, but ultimately, it may come down to how highly they think of Mitchell Robinson as a long-term piece for them. If they feel like can become contenders with Robinson, it is likely they will move on without considering Turner.

However, given that Haliburton just recently got injured and the Pacers are on a losing streak the timeline for the Pacers may be different than it was just a short week ago.

So what could the Pacers net by sending Turner to the Knicks?