Bargain Bin Options in 2013 Free Agency for NY Knicks to Revamp Bench Attack

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Bargain Bin Options in 2013 Free Agency for NY Knicks to Revamp Bench Attack
Jerome Miron-USA TODAY Sports

With limited cap space at their disposal, free agency is going to be tough for the New York Knicks, but there are some hidden gems on the market that could help boost their bench for a reasonable price.

After they spend the $3 million taxpayers' exception—which they may well have to use on their own free agents—New York will have only the veteran's minimum at their disposal, which really limits the range of players they can target.

Still, if they manage to address a need in the draft and re-sign J.R. Smith, Chris Copeland and Kenyon Martin, they can afford to look to the bargain bin to find a rotation player.

There are some decent players who could be available for the veteran's minimum, so let's take a look at the top six the Knicks could realistically acquire.

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