1. Allen Iverson
2. Nate Robinson
Knicks are a team in desperate hope of career-best seasons by their "Big 3"
Can Chandler make a comeback and play like how he did in 2011-12?
What kind of miracle will it take for Amare to start blocking shots, grabbing rebounders and setting good picks? His offensive is okay, but he provides so much negatives with it.
Melo had a great season in 12-13...finished 3rd in MVP voting.
Can he do it again at a more efficient rate and stay healthy throughout the season?
Will Mike Woodson run Melo out and have a 70% Melo for the playoffs?
We put ourselves in a bad situation because I don't see Chandler making a comeback and Amare doing what he's suppose to do.
That leaves Melo's sidekicks to be JR Smith and Raymond Felton...who really pose no threat to teams like Indiana and Chicago....and now the Nets with their upgraded roster.
Pistons snatched up both Billups and Bynum (for prices we could done if we don't bring back Pablo)
Leaving Brooks and AJ Price from my list
Pablo was an absolute must to bring back.
Mo Williams or Nate Robinson.
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Hey, just read on hoopshype that kim english got released by detroit. I don't know jack about the dude but i remember his name from posts here on knicksonline that alot of people wanted the knicks to draft him. Anyone thinks he would still be a good pick up?
Jamal tinsley or Beno Udrih would be good 3rd stringers for the min.