The New York Knicks' work in free agency so far has unsurprisingly centered on Carmelo Anthony, but there's also work to be done elsewhere on the roster.
With 10 players making guaranteed money in 2013-14 and a handful of players invited to summer league and training camp, there aren't many roster spots left, but the Knicks need to hit on all of them to build a deep team.
Many of the players on the Knicks right now are either inexperienced or have serious injury concerns—especially in the frontcourt—so it's of the utmost importance to find a couple of additional contributors in free agency.
Unless New York finds a way to move both Amar'e Stoudemire and Andrea Bargnani to create cap space, the team doesn't have the money for a major free agent, so it will need to scour the bargain bin once again as it has done for the past few offseasons.
Let's take a look at some of the best options available within the Knicks' price range based on their current cap situation.