Eddy Curry should be bought out of his contract or be convinced to retire.
He has not played in two years and his heart has never been in basketball. That move will free up money to sign two free agents to man the position:
Tyson Chandler is unlikely to command a big contract. Following two injury shortened years, the Knicks can take an educated gamble and offer a two year $12 million or a three year $18 million deal with an early opt out clause.
If the Knicks can get the '06 to '08 version of Chandler, this is a steal even if he opts out after one year.
To complement the defensive effort that Chandler would bring, bringing back a former Knick in Channing Frye would be another smart decision.
Frye's suitors would be limited to the Suns and Knicks as his career year came in direct relation to the offense played.
A similar offer of two years for $12 million or three years for $18 million would seem a fair price to pay.