Douglas, 25, averaged 10.6 PPG in 81 games for the Knicks last year, and begin this season as the team's starting point guard. However, following the emergence of Jeremy Lin, the return of Baron Davis, and the signing of J.R. Smith, Douglas has disappeared from New York's rotation. He hasn't played since February 15th, his only action in the last month.
Marc Berman of the New York Post suggested last week that the Knicks could listen to offers on Douglas. Berman speculated that New York would be seeking a couple of second-round picks for the former first-rounder.