The New York Knicks are in a world of trouble.
They have assembled a poorly-coached, undisciplined team, and now that team has been decimated by injuries. They are in danger of not only missing the playoffs, but watching another team (Denver or Orlando) walk away with their lottery pick in a loaded 2014 draft.
Since these are the Knicks, the solution will probably be more trades. They've already given up their 2014 pick (for Carmelo Anthony) and their 2016 pick (for Andrea Bargnani), but, man, that 2018 is just sitting there. Why even bother worrying about 2018!
This is how the Knicks have operated during the ownership of James Dolan: constantly in search of the quick fix, forever bereft of any long-term plan.
And the results have been truly terrifying.
To prove just how much of a failure Dolan's policies have been, let's build an NBA team solely from players New York simply cast aside, either by trading or discarding the player, or by trading the draft pick that player ultimately became.
It is an impressive team. Not only would the Knicks' Castoffs annihilate this current Knicks team, they could very well compete for the Atlantic Division title.
Without further ado, your 2013-14 New York Knicks' Castoffs!