The New York Knicks have shaken up their front office with the hiring of Phil Jackson, but he'll have his work cut out in his first offseason as president.
Bringing back Carmelo Anthony will undoubtedly be the Knicks' priority, but regardless, improving the roster will be difficult given their lack of cap flexibility.
As it stands, New York will have only the mini mid-level exception and the veteran's minimum to spend, unless either Amar'e Stoudemire or Andrea Bargnani decide to opt out of their contracts.
The Knicks' glaring need this summer is a new point guard, but as always they could be in the market for frontcourt depth, given the injuries they've faced this season.
Looking only at realistic options that address their needs, let's go through what the Knicks' free-agency big board should look like this summer.