It is common knowledge that the New York Knicks have strategically positioned themselves with an eye towards the free agency period of 2010. Starting at 12:01 AM on July 1st, the Knicks front office will undoubtedly be focusing of its attention on wining and dining their coveted prize in LeBron James. Nearly the entire current Knicks roster is comprised of players with expiring contracts, and after this season they will have nearly $70 million coming off of the books. They seemingly have all their eggs placed in one king-sized basket, which to me begs the question: What happens if they aren't able to secure the services of LeBron James? Do they have a feasible plan B? It seems very irresponsible and perilous to the franchise's future that their sole focus is on obtaining the most prized me ...
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