I have a trade scenario that I believe would work for both parties involved:
[Only registered and activated users can see links. ]
This is a win - win for both teams.
Why for Utah?
Utah wants to unload Andrei Kirilenko's contract, he is still owed 56 million the over the next 2 years. With Harpring and Korver, Utah is is covered at the 3 spot. Also, Utah has been accepting calls on Boozer, they deny it publicly but it has been reported by many different news sources. He is still owed 43 Million between this and next year and they would like to dump his salary as well.
Marbury and Rose's contracts will give Utah 106 Million dollars back after the season! They loose Boozer's toughness in the paint but as far as his rebounding, they get Lee who is just as good a rebounder and can score in the paint as well. He will probably become a legit double double in this league, so that is a wash. Utah gains Lee's running and mobility but they loose out on the grit that Boozer has; but Lee will come at a fraction of the price. They could resign Lee to a decent contract extension and still have 80+ mil left to sign some players and still stay under the cap.
Why for NY?
With Curry and/or Randolph on the roster, they lack any toughness in the paint; Boozer would bring that to the team. He could be paired up with either player and add the contrast that is needed. He would bang the boards and bleed off the double teaming that Curry and Randolph gets (especially Curry). Andrei Kirilenko gives NY a proven perimeter defender that they desperately need! Andrei Kirilenko's value has dropped over the past 2 seasons, mostly on the offensive side, but his D is still top notch and again, the Knicks have outside scorers.
Your starting line up would potentially be:
Crwaford or Chandler
The Knicks could still try to move Randolph and having Boozer on the team, would allow the Knicks to basically move him for cap relief instead of trying to get something back in return. So this would give Walsh some freedom.
I don't see a down side to this trade for either team. Yes, NY does extend their cap hit a few more years but at least these are players that will produce and address needs. This would not be an Isiah move to make a move, this trade would make sense (in my opinion).