J.R. Smith had one of the most dramatic NBA seasons in NBA history we have ever seen. He alternated the role of Knick villain and hero more times than anyone we've ever seen. Smith went from clear-cut Sixth Man of the Year, to struggling social media expert, to actual Sixth Man of the Year, to goat of the 2013 NBA playoffs. The worst thing is that he's a free agent and the Knicks have to decide what value he brings to the team and if he can actually shoot above 33% from the field during the playoffs. If the Knicks bring him back, there should be a "no-Rihanna" clause in the the contract.