Cam Reddish Stats
- Height / Weight
- 80 / 218 lbs.
- Date of Birth (Age)
- 9/1/1999 (22)
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Cam Reddish News
New York Knicks forward Cam Reddish has not experienced an easy journey in the NBA. He has struggled to find consistent playing time in both Atlanta and New York. It's uncertain if Reddish is currently in the Knicks plans for next season. The Los Angeles Lakers had interest in Reddish around the trade deadline. Possibly, the two sides can work out a deal this offseason. A change of scenery to a veteran team like the Lakers could be good for Reddish. The Lakers need younger player that they can develop. Also, the Knicks could save some cap space by trading away Reddish. Maybe, Reddish could carve out some fantasy value in Los Angeles, but fantasy managers will have to wait and see what happens.
New York Knicks forward Cam Reddish could be on the move this offseason. He appeared in only 15 games for the Knicks after his trade from Atlanta. There's a good chance that the Knicks attempt to trade Reddish this offseason. He is set nearly $6 million and New York wants to create cap space for a possible Jalen Brunson signing. No one should be surprised if the Knicks try and trade veterans such as Taj Gibson and Alec Burks as well. To be fair, Reddish doesn't appear to have much of a role on the Knicks. That being said, a trade could certainly help his fantasy value.
New York Knicks small forward Cam Reddish (shoulder) has been ruled out for the remainder of the 2021-22 season, according to ESPN's Adrian Wojnarowski. Reddish was diagnosed with a right shoulder separation and he has a recovery timeline of about six weeks. The former Blue Devil was acquired by the Knicks in January in a trade with the Atlanta Hawks. Reddish appeared in just 15 games for the Knicks this year and averaged 6.1 points per game while logging 14.4 minutes per contest. He'll have his work cut out for him this summer in order to earn a rotation spot with the team come October.
New York Knicks center Nerlens Noel (foot) and small/power forward Cam Reddish (shoulder) have been ruled out for Wednesday's game vs. Dallas. With Mitchell Robinson (illness) questionable to play, the Knicks could be staring down being significantly short-handed in the frontcourt. Noel's season has been sidetracked by injuries, as his left foot soreness has kept him out of the mix since Feb. 7. Until the team is able to give a substantial update, fantasy managers can proceed as if Jericho Sims, Taj Gibson, or even Julius Randle will handle backup center duties. Reddish has begun to crack New York's rotation with more regularity, but a sprained right shoulder has set him back and likely opened up minutes among the team's second unit.