The Bucks and Lakers are among those interested, though there are several others as well, Scotto added.
Reddish has not played in 18 games, despite being totally healthy. So it appears his time with the Knicks will likely end sometime before the Feb. 9 trade deadline.
Reddish, 23, is 6-foot-8 and averaging 8.4 points and shooting a career-high 45 percent from the field in just 20 appearances. He actually started in eight of those games.
While the Knicks continue to seek out the best possible deal for Reddish, they may no longer be exploring trades involving guard Immanuel Quickley, Scotto noted. Quickley has played well while filling in for the injured RJ Barrett.
Both the Lakers and Bucks are looking to add some help, particularly at the forward positions. That much is no secret.