The Knicks sign a veteran to a two-way contract

The New York Knicks have been quite open about their search for a new big man to bolster their lineup and make up for the loss of forward Obi Toppin.

In the absence of a backup Julius Randle, the Knicks had weighed some less expensive options available in free agency. However, their choice fell on three-year NBA veteran Nathan Knight, with whom they signed a two-way deal on Wednesday afternoon.

According to NY Daily News’ Stefan Bondy, a source confirmed, “Forward/center Nathan Knight is signing a two-way deal with the Knicks.”