The Knicks met with Perry on Thursday, as the team continues to rebuild its front office following the departure of Phil Jackson last month. If Perry is hired, he apparently would report to Knicks president Steve Mills.
The Kings are seeking cash compensation in exchange for Perry's departure to New York, according to Sam Amick of USA Today. A number of people were rumored to be possible replacements for Jackson, including former Knicks coach and executive Isiah Thomas.
Former Cleveland Cavaliers general manager David Griffin apparently was close to joining the Knicks front office, but the sides could not reach agreement on Griffin's exact role and whether he could bring his own staff with him.
--Point guard Rajon Rondo and the New Orleans Pelicans met in Louisville to discuss a short-term contract.
ESPN first reported the sitdown, citing sources who labeled the meeting "excellent."
Rondo played well in the playoffs with the Chicago Bulls before a thumb injury ended his one-year stay with the rebuilding franchise.
A former teammate of Pelicans center DeMarcus Cousins in Sacramento, Rondo would likely serve as a backup to Jrue Holiday. Holiday re-signed with the Pelicans for $126 million over five years and said he would be willing to play away from the ball.
While the club did not divulge the details, multiple outlets previously reported the agreement was for three years and $90 million.
Millsap was an All-Star with the Atlanta Hawks each of the past four seasons. The 6-foot-8 Millsap averaged 18.1 points, 7.7 rebounds and 3.7 assists per game last season.
The Wizards announced that they matched the offer sheet to the 24-year-old forward. Porter agreed on a reported four-year, $106 million deal with the Brooklyn Nets while he was a restricted free agent and Washington matched the offer to retain his services.
Porter established career bests last season by averaging 13.4 points and 6.4 rebounds and shooting 43.4 percent from 3-point range. Porter, the third overall pick in the 2013 draft, finished fourth in the league's most improved player balloting last season.
The trade makes official what had been reported last Saturday.
The Raptors plan to waive the 7-foot, 255-pound Hamilton after acquiring him in a salary move, ESPN's Brian Windhorst reported. Carroll was a disappointment last season when he averaged 8.9 points and shot 40 percent from the field.