The Knicks could have one of the best duos in the NBA with Stoudemire and Anthony Randolph. Randolph has unlimited length and he has mad hops, to go with good jump shot. He plays a New York type game with the rucker style dunks. Plays good defense will block the lane of easy baskets. Stoudemire would feed off this play tremendously. All-Star Stoudemire plays above the rim and Randolph does too. The Knicks is loaded with athletic talent, with players like Gallinari, Toney Douglas, and Wilson Chandler. Signing Raymond Felton from Charlotte was a big plus for the Knicks. The team need a steady point guard to start the season. Randolph was Golden State's first-round pick in 2008 but fell out of favor with coach Don Nelson and played only only 33 games last season. Randolph was recovering from a leg injury, and even before then, was curiously underutilized by Warriors coach Don Nelson. I think he fully recover from this leg injury. Knicks fans could imagine a explosive front line in Stoudemire and Randolph.