Projecting NY Knicks' 2013 Free-Agency Big Board

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Projecting NY Knicks' 2013 Free-Agency Big Board
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Chris Paul remains a possible, although unlikely, free agent option for New York this summer.

With the New York Knicks' regular season dwindling down, it's never too early to consider how to improve the team next season. The core of Carmelo Anthony, Amar'e Stoudemire and Tyson Chandler is set for the near future, but the team employs several aging role players who might need to be replaced this summer.

With rumors swirling of Jason Kidd's retirement and 35-year-old Pablo Prigioni no lock to return to the NBA next season, the Knicks could be in need of a point man. 

Kenyon Martin, Kurt Thomas and Marcus Camby make up the team's frontcourt depth—and they're all over the age of 35. Only Camby is contracted with New York for next season.

They don't have many glaring weaknesses—they already have more wins than any Knicks season since 2000-01—but getting better is always the goal. We'll discuss how Glen Grunwald and Co. should go about getting better this July.

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