I'm not a big fan of the Knicks going after Keon Clark. He seems like a guy that has the same problems as Marcus Camby. Too thin, not enough muscle, and unabe to bang down low with the bigger centers. Plus he has limited low post moves. I think it would be wiser for the Knicks to go after a bigger body, even if we sacrafice the athletic ability that keon brings to the table. A guy that intersest me is the Polish center, Cezary Trybanski. I mean he is over seven feet, he has reported skills , a good frame and could probably be signed for less than Clark. Nesterovic is also someone the Knicks Should look at. Averaged 6.5 boards and 8.4ppg in only 27 minute a game. I think he could be a better fit than Clark.