New York Knicks 2010 Starting Lineup

Vinny YeagerCorrespondent IDecember 17, 2008

The Knicks Community Leader, Rodge Correa, sent out a message saying, "What do you think the Knick's starting lineup in 2010 will be?"

Well here is what I think the Orange and Blue will look like on opening night in 2010.

1. David Lee

David Lee is basically wanted by every single NBA team. But in 2010, he will still be a Knick. There is no way Donnie Walsh or Mike D'Antoni can give up a valuable guy like Lee.

He works hard every night and shows the most hustle out on the court.

Lee is, "Mr. Blue Collar" in the NBA and that's why he deserves to stay with the Knicks as their starting Center.

2. Wilson Chandler

Wilson Chandler is the up-and-coming superstar in the National Basketball Association.

He can beat you from the behind the three-point line, in the paint, and can beat you off the dribble. He is very dynamic and is very difficult to guard.

Chandler came in to his own towards the end of last year and his now a starter for the Knicks. His hard work and dedication should keep him there for the 2010 season.

3. Chris Duhon

Chris Duhon is the future point guard for the New York Knicks organization.

His "pass first, shoot second" mentality is great for the team and he is always making his teammates better. That is all you can ask from your point guard.

If this good play keeps up and he continues to create chemistry with his other teammates, he should be the starting point guard for the Knicks in 2010.

4. Al Harrington

Now I know this might be a stretch, but I feel Al Harrington will be in the starting lineup for the Knicks in 2010.

People feel that we traded for him just to clear up some cap room and then dump him before the 2010 season. I don't feel that's the case.

Harrington is a strong player who can hit any shot and also beat any big man down low.

If Al continues to hit his shots and play some good defense, he should stay around and start in 2010.

5. LeBron James

New York will soon be witnesses and The King will arrive.

On opening night in 2010, King James will be wearing the Knicks jersey that us fans have been waiting for since the beginning of this season.

We have cleared up thousands and millions of dollars in our salary cap to be able to sign James.

If he doesn't come here, the disappointment level will be at an all-time high and we would have no idea what to do.

So I urge the New York Knicks front office, PLEASE SIGN LeBRON JAMES.