Travis Outlaw F NY 1 Month

Outlaw was dealt with Quincy Acy from the Kings to the Knicks on Wednesday, USA Today reports.

Outlaw joins the Knicks to add depth to their options at small forward. In 16.7 minutes per game last season, the 29-year-old Outlaw averaged 5.4 points and shot 35 percent from downtown.

Travis Outlaw F NY 5 Months

Travis Outlaw made a surprise start when Rudy Gay was ruled out with a sore back and hit 11-of-20 shots and a 3-pointer for a season-high 24 points, five rebounds and four assists in Tuesday's loss to the Thunder.

Gay's wife could go into labor at any time, causing him to miss more games, and Outlaw could easily find himself in the starting lineup going forward. He's not a must-own player, but if you're in a deep league looking for a guy who could finish up strong over the rest of the regular season, he's worth a shot. Just keep in mind this was his first 20-point game all season.

Travis Outlaw F NY 6 Months

Travis Outlaw hit five triples in the Kings' blowout loss to the Thunder on Friday, finishing with 17 points on 6-of-13 shooting, four rebounds and two assists in 31 minutes.

The Kings lacked scoring with DeMarcus Cousins playing just 17 minutes due to foul trouble (and the score), and Isaiah Thomas out while the team evaluates Ray McCallum. This game was out of reach in the first quarter and it's going to take another game like this for us to give him any consideration.

Travis Outlaw F NY 6 Months

Travis Outlaw came off the bench to hit 6-of-11 shots and two 3-pointers for 15 points in 27 minutes on Wednesday.

He had a similar game back on Feb. 19, and scored 13 points last Friday, but unless he starts performing like this on a regular basis, there's nothing to see here.

Travis Outlaw F NY 7 Months

Travis Outlaw came off the bench to tie his season high with 18 points, five rebounds, two steals and three 3-pointers on 6-of-11 shooting in 33 minutes of Wednesday's loss to the Warriors.

Outlaw didn't even play in his previous game and has scored in double digits just six times on the season. This looks like a fluke, but he might be worth a spot start on Friday if Cousins sits out again with his hip injury.

Travis Outlaw F NY 7 Months

Travis Outlaw drew a start at shooting guard with Marcus Thornton (hip) out on Friday, scoring five points with four rebounds, one three and one block in 33 minutes.

Outlaw was terrible tonight and so was the whole team outside of DeMarcus Cousins and Isaiah Thomas. There is no real fantasy value on this squad outside of Cousins, Thomas and Rudy Gay when healthy.

Travis Outlaw F NY 10 Months

The NBA fined Travis Outlaw $15,000 on Sunday for making excessive and unnecessary contact with J.J. Redick on Saturday.

Outlaw lived up to his last name and he gave Redick a bit of a clothesline to receive a flagrant-2 foul. He is playing 15.2 minutes per game, but he a relatively high 6.5 points per game. The Kings don't have much of their rotation set and Outlaw could get 20 minutes every once in a while.

Travis Outlaw F NY 10 Months

Travis Outlaw (knee) caught fire off the bench in Sunday's loss to Memphis, scoring a team-high 18 points on 6-of-9 shooting, with two 3-pointers, six rebounds, one assist and zero turnovers in just 17 minutes of action.

Outlaw, who bruised his knee early in Friday's game, didn't leave the bench until the Kings were trailing by 20 points in the second half. He helped to slash the Kings' deficit as part of a small second-unit, but ultimately it wasn't enough as the Kings fell to 2-7 with the loss. Outlaw is averaging 5.3 points in 14 minutes per game, which adequately sums up his fantasy appeal.

Travis Outlaw F NY 10 Months

Travis Outlaw (knee) is a game-time decision for Sunday's game against the Grizzlies.

He did not return to Friday's game after sustaining a knee injury, but since there is no word of the Kings giving him an MRI, it doesn't sound serious. Outlaw has come off the bench and is playing 15 minutes per game, so he's off the fantasy radar regardless of his health.

Travis Outlaw F NY 10 Months

Travis Outlaw didn't return to Friday's game after bruising his knee in the first quarter.

He stayed on the court until the first quarter ended, so presumably it's nothing too severe, and his absence was surely unnoticed by most fantasy owners. With Patrick Patterson (knee) also unavailable after the first quarter, Luc Mbah a Moute finished with nine points in a season-high 30 minutes.