Fresh off trading Rudy Gay to Sacramento, Raptors general manager Masai Ujiri is trying to pull another fast one.

According to multiple reports, the Knicks are chatting with the Raptors about a deal centering around guard Kyle Lowry.

It's currently unknown as to what the Raptors would receive in return, though a combination Iman Shumpert and Ray Felton works salary-wise, but it's doubtful the Raptors would want to take Felton's two remaining years on. And if you're the Raptors, you're in search of draft picks and young assets.

Problem there is, the Knicks have only two intriguing young players in Shumpert and Tim Hardaway Jr. and three draft picks that are trade-eligible right now according to NBA rules -- 2018, 2019 and 2020. So...

The Knicks certainly do need help though in their backcourt and Lowry would be a quality addition. With Raymond Felton out for a few weeks, and playing generally terrible basketball when healthy anyway, Lowry would be a very good fit. And when you consider the Knicks care not about future assets or draft picks and only concern themselves with the immediate future, they're probably not going to hesitate to pull the trigger on something.