Even though I believe that Lebron is leaving Cleveland in 2010 why should the Knicks make all there plans for a person who may or may not be on their team. Cleveland could also make additions just like the Knicks to lure Lebron to stay and should we really consider not signing David Lee or Nate Robinson. There is no doubt that this year we have to sign David Lee and I am a fan of Nate Robinson, but what Knicks need in a point guard is someone who is going to be THE floor general. That is why they went after Chris Duhon because that is his skill, just off the bench. If there is no Lebron who do the Knicks go after in 2010 to fill that void? If anyone is thinking Dwayne Wade ....forget it there is NOOO WAYYY DWADE is leaving Miami. If anyone is thinking Amare Stoudemire he is a good fit but the Knicks need a post presence and Amare isn't that he is a pick n roll dunker/mid range shooter, but not a guy who is going to back down a defender and get deep into the post. Don't get me wrong he is a good power forward and I would love to have him on my team, but I do not know if he is the best fit.Chris Bosh to me is the best fit he does all the things the Knicks need he plays defense( who ever thinks he doesn't they need to check his stats plus others stats against him), he is a good post presence, solid mid range shooter, with a 6-10 frame, the only problem is that he is softer than porridge and not forgotten he is skinny like a twig. It may seem like I don't like whats ahead for 2010 but I do, I just think there should be a back up plan. KNICKS draft Stephon Curry or Tyreke Evans (preferably curry), make sure you sign Lee, Make sure that in 2010 that you get Amare he has strength because you can teach him to be a better post presence, AND hope to God that Lebron is in a NEW YORK KNICKS jersey. I just want to hear feedback from others to gain a different outlook or perspective.
P.S. THE KNICKS ARE DA S**T