NY Knicks: 4 more players Knicks can sign to fill out the roster

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Lance Stephenson, NY Knicks

Lance Stephenson, NY Knicks (Photo by Harry How/Getty Images)

I am not entirely too sure why the NY Knicks haven’t signed anyone to fill either of their 2 available roster spots, but here’s hoping they have a plan in place.

I’ve had a couple of days to sit and reflect on the hideous loss we took at the hands of the Minnesota Timberwolves and all it’s left me thinking about is how the Knicks didn’t make any moves to upgrade the roster at the March 25th trade deadline.

But then again, as I mentioned in a previous article, the Knicks are so far ahead of schedule in regards to their rebuild, that making aggressive moves would be pointless.

But anyway, I digress…

This article will most likely be going live after the game against Dallas and I am praying we come out of that game with a win, for nothing more than just bragging rights because I have talked a TON of smack on Mavs Twitter in recent weeks.

As many of you know, the hill I will die on is the “Knicks won the Porzingis trade” hill.

I think the Knicks’ frontcourt can go toe-to-toe with the Mavericks’ but it’s their backcourt that will give us some trouble between Luka Doncic and ex- Knick Tim Hardaway Jr.

This is what brings me to the Knicks and their depth.

Who do you think the NY Knicks should sign to fill out their roster?

They’ve been having some injury woes lately between Derrick Rose in and out of games, Mitchell Robinson likely done for the year, and so on.

If Coach Thibs wants to keep guys like Kevin Knox and Frank Ntilikina out of the rotation in favor of more established veterans, the front office is going to have to bring in some talent ASAP.

I’ve explored a bunch of intriguing names the Knicks should consider in recent articles, but it doesn’t seem like Leon Rose is reading anything I’ve been writing…rude if ya ask me.

Regardless, hopefully, this one reaches his desk soon.

Here are 4 more players the Knicks should consider signing.

(Editor’s Note – This article was written before the Knicks signed Norvel Pelle)

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