The New York Knicks are 5-35. They've lost 15 straight and are 1-25 in the past 26. They're averaging nine less points per game than their opponents, they're paying Amar'e Stoudemire $23 million this season, and fans were legitimately tweeting in excitement about Langston Galloway, because he had, like, one impressive dunk in a 19-point loss. This is all while Carmelo Anthony, the $124 million man, has sat out the past six games because of a bum knee. Oh, and recently he mentioned that Chicago would've been a perfect set-up for him. 

Something needs to change. 

Team president Phil Jackson might be putting the blame on himself, but the fact of the matter is the Knicks need to completely start over. Get rid of everybody. Completely wipe out the entire plan and start building with players who aren't in a losing mindset. How do you do that? By getting rid of all the big contracts on your roster, including Mr. Anthony's. He's already 30 years old, why not get something for him while he can still help someone? These are 15 ESPN Trade Machine-Approved Deals for Carmelo Anthony.