According to RealGM:
The Knicks have already paid half of Eddy Curry’s 2010-2011 salary, a fact that could provide a team acquiring him significant savings and greatly boost his contract’s trade value.
The Knicks are certain to offer Curry in a bid to land Carmelo Anthony at any time between now and the NBA’s trade deadline.
If traded today, Curry would be owed a little over $7 million by the team acquiring him, after adding in a trade kicker.
If Curry was traded just before the February deadline, the unpaid compensation on his contract would decline to about $2.4 million and his trade kicker would decline to about $600,000.