The New York Knicks will re-acquire center Marcus Camby from Houston, according to a report on the NBA’s website.
The source of the report spoke on the condition of anonymity as neither team had announced the deal.
According to the source, the Knicks will trade Josh Harrelson, Jerome Jordan, and Toney Douglas along with two second-round picks for Camby. The 38-year-old Camby will then sign a three-year contract worth $13.2 million, according to a report on Yahoo! Sports.
The trade sets up a reunion with the Knicks for Camby, who was traded to New York (by the Raptors) in the summer of 1998 for Charles Oakley, Sean Marks and cash.
Camby, who won the NBA’s Defensive Player of the Year in 2007, spent four memorable years as a Knick, leading them to the 1999 NBA Finals where they lost to San Antonio.
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