Free Agents
I will post a list of 2010 free agents that are good and describe their skill set as an asset to the team. I will later post their estimated salaries (based on if they were to come to the Knicks.

By Position

Currently Signed: Eddy Curry (could be traded)
Amare Stoudemire (both a power forward and center, worked great under D'Antoni offense and can defend pretty well).

Brad Miller (A highly skilled big man, whose a pretty good scorer, there are aspects of his defense that are good, but that is his weakness, generally, a change of scene could change that).

Tyson Chandler (Scores decent, but can rebound and defend very well, is young).

Marcus Camby (Scores well, rebounds very well and a top defender, a veteran player with the Knicks).

Power Forward
Currently Signed: Jordan Hill
Chris Bosh (one of the top power forwards in the NBA, can defend well, rebound well and there is room for improvement, especially with D'Antoni).

Carlos Boozer (Can score well, rebounds very well and plays good defense).

Shooting Guard
Currently Signed: Danilo Gallinari
Manu Ginobili (A very good scorer, who makes the best of his minutes and a great defender who offers an affordable option, unfortunately this makes him a very desired player, who the Mavericks seem to likely acquire).

Joe Johnson (A pretty good scorer, played under D'Antoni in Phoenix, he can defend really well, so he can play on both ends).

Small Forward
Currently Signed: Wilson Chandler
Richard Jefferson (A very good scorer, defense is alright, it has fallen off, but he is still a valuable player).

Raja Bell (Shows great shot selection and most importantly is a top NBA defender, offers the Knicks an affordable option).

Point Guard
Currently Signed: Toney Douglas
Rafer Alston (An effective defender, can score and pass pretty well, he is a veteran and knows his way around).

Raymond Felton (A great point guard, he can defend great, score well and passes, there is room for improvement. But, he has asserted that he wants to stay in North Carolina).

TJ Ford (He probably won't take the offer from the poor preforming Pacers, but his contract would be steep, even if he is the best point guard of the bunch, we should focus on keeping the cap for better players).

The Knicks should resign Nate, I don't think we should trade him. He has more room for improvement and has great scoring capability. His defense is lower than average because of his height, but the amount of energy he gives and his high jumping ability (demonstrated in blocking Yao Ming) compensates for some of that.

Additionally, LeBron is a maybe. First, we have to sign Bosh or some team support for him to consider us. While, he likes New York as a city and likes Madison Square Garden, a championship is the most important goal.

We need to sign two very good players who can defend and score, as well as an effective point guard. The team should cap space for 2011, which will offer another good free agent to complete the team and push us to championship status.

We should consider signing Camby as a one year rental, he can still defend and his scoring hasn't fallen off.