The New York Knicks have the extremely tough task this season of replacing fan favorite Jeremy Lin with another starting point guard.
With all of the point guards from last year’s roster, Toney Douglas, Baron Davis and Mike Bibby, no longer with the team, it will be up to one of the Knicks' offseason additions to take on this role.
The player most people assume will do this is Raymond Felton. Felton was acquired by the Knicks in a sign-and-trade the night before they decided not to match the Rockets' offer for Lin.
The dark horse to earn this starting spot, however, is Jason Kidd.
Kidd brings a ton of skills and experience to the table that contrast what Felton would bring to the team.
Here is my case for why Jason Kidd should start at point guard for the New York Knicks.