The New York Knicks aren't exactly replete with cap space this summer.
According to Storytellers Contracts, assuming everyone currently on the roster stays, the team will have a total cap hit of $89.8 million. That is well above the cap threshold.
As a result, the Knicks will only have the use of the veteran's minimum and mini Mid-level contracts to add much-needed help (for a much more in-depth explanation of these numbers, check out Larry Coon's CBA FAQ).
That's not to say there won't be any useful players available for that money. It just means the Knicks have to choose their targets wisely.
Here are some of the players the Knicks should target this summer through the use of those two contracts.