Blueprint to Rebuild New York Knicks During 2014 Offseason

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Blueprint to Rebuild New York Knicks During 2014 Offseason
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What role will Melo play in New York's rebuild?

The 2013-14 season is a lost cause for the New York Knicks, but if they make the right moves, they can give fans reason to hope again this offseason.

Of course, there's little reason to trust this front office, which has shown no ability to make decisions that benefit the basketball team from either an on-court or financial perspective. Sure, Steve Mills wasn't the general manager who compiled the bulk of this bloated cap sheet, but as long as James Dolan looms over it all, the difference is negligible.

But we can still envision a sensible summer game plan for the Knicks without placing too much unrealistic faith in what Dolan and company are willing or competent enough to do.

If Amar'e Stoudemire and Andrea Bargnani take their exorbitant salaries as expected (and Carmelo Anthony turns down his), New York won't have much money to work with, but a little creativity and some uncompromising thinking can take this organization a long way.

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