Now that the New York Knicks have accomplished their goal of signing a center in Tyson Chandler, which in the process gives them possibly the best frontcourt in the NBA, they now need to move on to filling some other needs.
One of those things that needs to get done is re-signing free-agent Shawne Williams.
Williams was a valuable part to the Knicks bench a season ago. He offers up value as a shooter as he shoots the corner three tremendously. Offensively that's about the extent of his game, but he's a guy that averaged 7.1 points and 3.7 rebounds per game in limited minutes a season ago.
His biggest value to the team comes on the defensive end of the floor where he can defend both the 3 and the 4 effectively.
Unfortunately for the Knicks, it may take more than the current one-year, $980,000 deal that they are offering at the moment.
While it's nice to have the big names playing a majority of the minutes, the Knicks need quality bench pieces and role players as well and Williams will fit one of those roles nicely.