The NY Knicks enter the off-season with several questions, including who will play point guard for the team in the 2012-13 NBA season. While Jeremy Lin is the team's top priority, the young point guard could find himself playing elsewhere next season.
If Lin does return to the NY Knicks, depth is still an issue and the club will need to find a veteran that can give the team a boost. Bleacher Report writer Kyle Stanzel has compiled a list of veteran the team could use next year.
Steve Nash is likely looking to play for a contender next year and the NY Knicks could fill that void. The latest rumor involving Nash has him showing more interest in New York as he could re-connect with Amar'e Stoudemire, but paying good money for a bench player is not exactly good business.
Another option that makes more sense is Andre Miller from Denver. Miller has accepted the fact he is no longer a starter, but the veteran could give the Knicks some leadership and a big boost off the bench.
This NBA off-season is going to have several teams making some big roster changes, but the NY Knicks have salary cap issues and will need to make wise moves, but with those moves they could become a playoff contender again next season.