Should the New York Knicks Regret Trading This Year's First Round Draft Pick?

Rob Mahoney@RobMahoneyNBA Lead WriterJune 25, 2012

The New York Knicks are theoretically a team in need of a bit of an overhaul, but thanks to their log-jammed salary structure, their options are limited. That means that more than likely, the Knicks of next year will look eerily similar to the Knicks of last year; many of the core players appear to be franchise fixtures, and the team simply doesn't have that many legal avenues to acquire new talent.

That makes the venture of predicting New York's 2012-2013 starting lineup a bit predictable, but still with some intrigue: between the slew of available—and relatively affordable—options on the wing, who will Mike Woodson choose to utilize alongside Carmelo Anthony, Amar'e Stoudemire, Tyson Chandler and likely, Jeremy Lin?

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