The Los Angeles Lakers are not being quiet about their pursuit of more shooters to team up with LeBron James and Anthony Davis. Meanwhile, the New York Knicks have already shaken up their rotation after a pedestrian 14-13 start to the season. Could these two big-market teams get together for an in-season trade?

Michael Scotto of HoopsHype noted recently that the Lakers and Knicks had engaged in trade talks that would’ve sent three-time All-Defensive Team performer Patrick Beverley and fellow guard Kendrick Nunn to the Big Apple for high-priced wing Evan Fournier. According to Scotto, the talks came before New York opted to bench Cam Reddish. It remains to be seen if this decision will have a role in trade talks moving forward. What we do know is that Fournier hasn’t suited up since Nov. 13 while finding himself a healthy inactive a vast majority of the time since then.