The bright spots for the Knicks are Jamal Crawford, David Lee, Nate Robinson and Danilo Gallinari. New York Knicks championship rings is the best player on the team and probably the only guy who sells New York Knicks tickets. He should thrive in D'Antoni's up-tempo system, as should Robinson. Lee is a high energy guy who deserves a starting spot, but probably won't get one unless Randolph is moved. Gallinari is a wildcard, but he's D'Antoni's guy and should fit the system. Wilson Chandler, last year's first rounder, is still an unknown at this point. Walsh has expressed the desire to clear cap space for 2010 when LeBron James, Dwyane Wade and Chris Bosh will hit the market if they choose to opt out of their current deals. While you can't base your entire roster strategy on signing a future free agent, clearing cap space cannot be a bad idea for the Knicks. With the highest payroll in the league, they should be much better than they've played. The team signed Chris Duhon this offseason to be their point guard, which signals that Marbury's time is likely out. Neither Walsh nor D'Antoni have any ties to any players on the roster aside from Gallinari, and will not hesitate to clean house. The Knicks need to focus on working hard and developing team chemistry, while cutting payroll and avoiding any big contracts that aren't expiring deals. I have faith that New York Knicks tickets will return to being a prominent item among sports fans.