The New York Daily News reports that there are whispers about the Knicks making a play for Cleveland power forward Drew Gooden.
“A potential Frye-for-Gooden deal would have to include other players for salary-cap purposes. Gooden would give the Knicks a rugged power forward who can guard big men. David Lee has emerged as an elite rebounder, but he struggles to defend power forwards and small forwards. Frye is a big man who can knock down a shot, which is what makes him attractive to Cleveland. However, the Cavs would prefer to trade for a point guard.”