Knicks' 2010 Free Agency: Just Lebron Or Multiple Players?

Vinny YeagerCorrespondent IJune 3, 2009

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When the New York Knicks enter the 2010 free agent market, many decisions will have to be made.

The most publicized decision relates to whether LeBron James will be coming to New York and try to turn the franchise around. But is that the best move that the Knicks can make?

Other notable NBA stars such as Dwayne Wade, Tracy McGrady, Chris Bosh, Amare Stoudemire, and Steve Nash will be free agents in 2010 and looking for new teams to play for.

If the Knicks plan on signing James, that is probably the only player that the team will be able to afford because, as the best player in the game, he will only accept the best offer on the table.

The smarter move for the Knicks may be signing two of these low key stars and getting more productivity out of them.

The Knicks could probably be better off if they decided to go down that road and sign two players. Not only would it save money, it would also bring multiple super stars to the team, which could work out well.

The old saying states that, "two is always better than one." That statement can hold true for New York in this particular situation. Just looking at the other notable players, some of the combinations could can be lethal.

Imagine Dwayne Wade tossing a lob to Amare Stoudemire who slams it down to ignite the Madison Square Garden crowd. Or imagine Steve Nash running a fantastic fast break, dishing it off for Chris Bosh to finish.

Those amazing sights could be seen if the Knicks are smart and responsible with their money.

Before the entire Knicks franchise and the city of New York falls in love with LeBron James, the combination of two stars could provide a more reliable championship run.

*Also check this article that I have written on MetroAreaSports.Blogspot.com

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