The bulk of guards has been a problem for the last 3 years but that's just the tip of the iceberg. Good teams have a good center and point guard. By good I mean the center is strong enough to keep opposing players out of the lane and do the things that don't show up on the stat sheet in addition to rebounding and blocking a few shots. And good point guards look to move the ball before anything else and try to help on defense. These are the two major issues for the Knicks right now. The only real solution is to 'rebuild' again. Since we have so many players drafting guards will only add to our bulk of guards.
The best option that we have is to attempt some two for one trades.
Curry/Rose for Ben Wallace
Crawford/Robinson for Ron Artest
Two for one or three for two trades will open up space and allow us to draft a solid role player to develop, and at the same time rid us of one dimensional players.