The Knicks have agreed to a one-year deal with Sasha Vujacic for the veteran's minimum, league sources confirm to ESPN.
Vujacic, a nine-year veteran, averaged 4.9 points per game on 38 percent shooting last season, his first with the Knicks.
The Knicks wanted to re-sign Vujacic, in part because of his familiarity with the club's triangle offense. He will serve as a reserve guard, backing up Derrick Rose, Courtney Lee and Brandon Jennings.
With Vujacic, 32, on board, the Knicks now have 13 players under guaranteed contracts for next season. A team can carry a maximum of 15 players on the roster.
The agreement between Vujacic and the Knicks was first reported by The New York Post.