Andrea Bargnani has mostly been a bust since being traded to the New York Knicks, but he's been doing pretty well as of late since he's one of the only scoring options left.

The veteran is averaging about 16 points and four rebounds per game in his last 10 games with the Big Apple, and his performance this season could warrant enough for the Knicks wanting to re-sign him in the offseason.

"The former No. 1 overall pick has mostly fallen short of expectations during his two-year tenure with the Knicks. But the idea of signing him to a veteran's minimum contract shouldn't immediately be discounted," ESPN New York's Ian Begley writes.

Bargnani's contract expires on July 1st. If he's re-signed, expect it to be a low-dollar value one for about a year.


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