Good post. I am one of those that thinks we have not seen enough of Walker to make an informed decision. The Cavs game was a huge blowout so I don't count that as much as the Pistons game since most of his points were during garbage time. He is definitely athletic and shows an aggressiveness we all wish Chandler would show. He is young, cheap, comes from a winning culture and has tremendous upside but it is just too soon to make a definitive judgment.
Chandler has improved each year and I don't think he has hit his full potential. Chandler is also very athletic but is not consistently assertive and not very savvy. This may be a product of the losing culture that permeates the Knicks and it also may be a lck of veteran leadership. Lets remember that Chandler learned from the likes of Marbury, Crawford and Randolph...hardly smart veterans that command respect and lead by example. Part of me thinks with the right superstar that Chandler can thrive and reach his potential.
In conclusion, it's a great problem to have for the Knicks. We have two young guys with a lot of upside and have the luxury of picking which direction to go in. I think trade opportunities and time will make the deciding factor on what player to keep.
P.S. I predict Chandler will be packaged along with Curry's contract near the trade deadline next year so Walker may end up being a keeper.