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New York Knicks could trade two stars in coming days

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Both Metta World Peace and Beno Udrih could find themselves traded by the New York Knicks in the next few days, according to the New York Post.

Neither player has been heavily involved in the Knicks rotation system in recent times and, as we head into the All-Star break, the futures of both are looking pretty far from certain.

Subsequently the Knicks could opt to rid themselves of both stars before the trade deadline of February 20, with the Toronto Raptors reportedly interested in taking on World Peace and the Washington Wizards keen on Udrih.

As for their respective fortunes so far this season, neither Peace or Udirh has managed to convince Knicks head coach Mike Woodson that they deserve a starting place in his squad.

Both were ignored during the heavy loss at the hands of the Oklahoma City Thunder last Sunday, and Udirh has only played once in the last 11 games.

Such evidence would suggest Woodson would be happy to let the pair go. Do you agree with him? Let us know in the comment box below...

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