Even with Carmelo Anthony, Tyson Chandler, and Amar'e Stoudemire, the New York Knicks are a team left wanting. They have clear needs that go well beyond their own health and stability, and though both of those factors would go a long way toward righting the ship in New York, the structural concerns of the roster take precedent.
But, considering how many holes the Knicks roster has, where does one even begin in forming an offseason game plan?
There's a lot to be accomplished in a short time, and though the Knicks have more theoretical spending power than any other team in the league, they've created so much cap clutter that they're prevented from making any substantial improvements thanks to more stringent regulation of player signing and movement under the new collective bargaining agreement.
The Knicks' hands are tied, so to speak, but considering the means and avenues available, what kinds of reasonable targets should New York have on their radar?
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