N.Y. Knicks: Guide to the Knicks' Offseason, Cap Space & 2013 NBA Draft Pick

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N.Y. Knicks: Guide to the Knicks' Offseason, Cap Space & 2013 NBA Draft Pick
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The N.Y. Knicks were eliminated by the Indiana Pacers in the Eastern Conference Semifinals last season, and for fans reading this story, the next two points will make your skin crawl:

  • New York has nearly $50 million tied up into three players—Amar'e Stoudemire, Carmelo Anthony and Tyson Chandler
  • Teams in the East are getting better while the Knicks' current cap inflexibility has their roster on virtual standby

I'm here to tell you that there are solutions to the Knicks' problems and (almost) all of them can be addressed through tactful free agency signings and their one pick in the 2013 NBA Draft.

But before we get to the fun stuff, there's some number crunching, defining terms and a whole bunch of information you'll need to learn about the Collective Bargaining Agreement so that you can understand why some teams can spend more, while the Knicks spend less.

I've tried my hardest to make it as simple as possible for you.

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