Knicks Waive Ramon Sessions

1:04pm: The move is official, per a team release.

10:00am: The Knicks will request waivers on veteran point guard Ramon Sessions later today, according to Keith Pompey of the Philadelphia Inquirer (via Twitter). Sessions, 31, will receive the remainder of the $2.3MM salary for the 2017/18 season, Pompey adds.

Entering the season with rookie Frank Ntilikina, the Knicks added veteran depth with the signings of Jarrett Jack and Sessions. Sessions started the first three games of the regular season but has since fallen out of the rotation. In 13 games for New York, Sessions has averaged 3.7 PPG and 2.1 APG in 12.8 minutes per night.

Waiving Sessions has been rumored in recent days as the Knicks have pondered calling up fellow point guard Trey Burke from the G League affiliate Westchester Knicks. In 26 games for Westchester, Burke, 25, has played exceptionally well, averaging 26.6 PPG and 5.3 APG in 37 minutes per game.

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4 thoughts on “Knicks Waive Ramon Sessions

    • acarneglia

      I think he’s on a two way contract so it shouldn’t be that expensive. I could be wrong

      • hiflew

        It’s not a two way contract because the Knicks already have two with Hicks and Kornet. I would imagine that Burke will be at the vet’s minimum salary.

  1. ships1941

    They better do something soon, they are beginning to go upside
    Down real fast. KP looks like he’s Playing outside too much.
    Hopefully Hardaway is the answer: Kanter gets no help on the boards.

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