The Knicks need to rebuild.
You can throw blame at Mike Woodson all you want, and he deserves some, but the Knicks roster construction is flawed. They went heavy with an older roster last season and drained a lot of three balls on their way to 54-wins and the second round of the playoffs, but it was fragile and not sustainable. This season an injury to Tyson Chandler knocked a struggling team for a loop. Then on Christmas Day we saw how bad they look without Carmelo Anthony.
Knicks management may not have seen those flaws back in September but they see them now. And they have a plan, reports Brian Windhorst at ESPN.
Goal one of the plan we already knew — get Carmelo Anthony to re-sign with them this summer (which is by far the most likely outcome of his free agency).
But Windhorst says goal two…
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