Making the Call on NY Knicks' Toughest Offseason Decisions

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Making the Call on NY Knicks' Toughest Offseason Decisions
Seth Wenig/Associated Press

The New York Knicks made a huge first step in their offseason by the hiring of Derek Fisher, but there's plenty of work left to be done to make this a successful summer.

Fisher's hiring is a weight off of Phil Jackson's shoulders, but it's not going to get any easier from here. The Knicks are stuck in limbo between rebuilding and having a chance to compete in the East. Jackson will have to balance the two in any decision he makes.

On top of that, their best player is hitting free agency with plenty of better options available to him from a basketball perspective, while other key contracts are set to expire in 2015.

Jackson, therefore, has a handful of very difficult decisions to make this summer that will impact both the immediate and long-term future of the franchise. Let's break them down and make the call about what Jackson should do in his first offseason as president.

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