NBA Free Agency: New York Knicks Need To Move On To Plan C

July 10th, 2010 by Frank Gray Leave a reply »
The New York Knicks entered the 2010 free agency period with extremely high hopes. They had spent the past few seasons selling fans on the concept of 2010 being a hugely successful off season. They spent the majority of last season clearing cap room in preparation to sign one or more of the free agents available.

Those free agents are rapidly dwindling. Specifically, the three most coveted free agents in this year's class: Lebron James, Chris Bosh and Dwayne Wade. All three of them have announced their collective signing with the Miami Heat in the past few days. The Knicks have not even been able to resign current valuable players such as David Lee.

The team did sign Amare Stoudemire in an attempt to lure one of the free agents, particularly one of the aforementioned three to New York. Stoudemire was also a security signing of sorts in case those three didn't take the bait. Then at least the Knicks would not have appeared to come out of the off season empty handed.

After all the surrounding hype, to chance that and look like inept buffoons was not an option. Still, they have appeared to come out empty handed anyway. So if Lebron James was ...

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