New York Knicks: Four Players Who Don’t Deserve Roster Spots Next Season

July 1st, 2011 by Joey Rotunno Leave a reply »
The calendar has finally flipped to July 1. What was forever an impending lockout is now in full effect, and NBA fans the world over are up in arms.

While there are many questions to be answered regarding a revised collective bargaining agreement, the New York Knicks should presently be less concerned with how much they will be allowed to spend on free agents this summer and more attention to which players can be discarded to free up cap space or traded for fresh alternatives.

There is a group of Knickerbockers who either have not lived up to expectations, have played their way right out of a job or simply would be a better fit for another franchise.

One of the players suggested in the next few slides fulfilled his contract obligation this past season, so management has the option to re-sign him or let him walk.

In contrast, the remaining handful are signed through the next season or two, in which case they’d have to be dealt via trade or offered buyouts.

Read on to discover who didn’t make the cut.

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