Davis’ $ 5 million pact was acquired from Utah last week for two second-round picks and shipped to Minnesota for a future second-round pick, cute shooting big man Omari Spellman and Jacob Evans.
That gives the Knicks 16 players for 15 roster slots, so one of the two will likely be cut. Spellman, formerly Villanova, is considered a goalkeeper. He made 49 appearances for Golden State last season after serving his rookie year for Atlanta.
The 6-foot-9 forward averaged 7. 6 points for Golden State and shot 39. 1 percent from the 3-point range. Evans, who played in Cincinnati, appeared in two games for the Timberwolves last season.
The Knicks have collected four future picks for the second round since Draft Night. There were three transactions with Davis.
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