New York Knicks Building For The Future

July 10th, 2010 by Matt Esposito Leave a reply »
LeBron James may have said no to the New York Knicks, but that must not dampen the spirits of the organization. All things considered, President Donnie Walsh has put plenty of building blocks in place to help generate a big time winning organization in a year or two.

The 2010 off-season might not be what every Knick fan has dreamed of, but there is certainly plenty to be optimistic about.

Walsh has successfully done what he has set out to do. Cap space has been cleared creating flexibility in adjusting and adding to the roster.

The Knicks will have the luxury of making a run at another big signing next year. Walsh has also signed the biggest free agent he could that would benefit from the Knicks system.

The Knicks have net Amar'e Stoudemire, the perfect fit for D'Antoni's system, with or without Steve Nash to create for him on offense. Stoudemire sets the base for what he calls "a new era" of New York Knicks basketball.

Probably the best part is that the Knicks were able to part ways with David Lee's contract and gain a load of value in return. It is by far the most bittersweet move, considering that Lee grew into a fan-fa ...

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