NY Knicks' 2014 NBA Free-Agency Primer: What You Need to Know

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NY Knicks' 2014 NBA Free-Agency Primer: What You Need to Know
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Think of the craziness that would ensue during a night out on the town with J.R. Smith.

Now multiply that craziness by 10, and you're looking at the 2013-14 NBA offseason.

Despite the fact that the New York Knicks are backed into a financial corner, president of basketball operations Phil Jackson has made it clear that changes will be made.

Just ask Tyson Chandler.

One day before the NBA draft, the veteran 7-footer was dealt to the Dallas Mavericks along with the underachieving Raymond Felton in exchange for wily point guard Jose Calderon, a few role players and two second-round picks that eventually became Cleanthony Early and Thanasis Antetokounmpo.

Trading Chandler and Felton is one thing, but potentially losing superstar Carmelo Anthony is another. That’s a real possibility this summer, as Melo could be on his way out of New York.

Gulp.

A word to the wise: Buckle up and hold tight, Knicks fans. This could get bumpy.

Here's everything you need to know as the 'Bockers embark on a treacherous journey through the free-agency jungle.

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