When Knicks Return to Full Strength, These 4 Knicks Will Hit the Trade Block

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When Knicks Return to Full Strength, These 4 Knicks Will Hit the Trade Block
Geoff Burke-US PRESSWIRE

After a promising 2011-12 season was derailed by a litany of injurers to key players, the New York Knicks spent the 2012 offseason bolstering their depth at every position on the floor.

After watching Baron Davis, Jeremy Lin, Amar'e Stoudemire and Carmelo Anthony all battle with injuries last season, the team's front office clearly did not want another repeat performance.

That depth has proved essential thus far this season as it has kept them not only afloat, but absolutely thriving even with Stoudemire and Iman Shumpert having yet to play a single game as they recover from their respective knee injuries.

However, once those two return there simply will not be enough minutes to go around and with the aggressive, defense-first system this team runs, it may make sense for the team to put a number of their players on the trade block once their roster is finally fully healthy.

This obviously does not mean these players are locks to be dealt, but do not be surprised if you see any of these four current Knicks players being dangled in trade offers come January and February.

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