In watching the train wreck that has been the New York Knicks season, I have trouble picturing Carmelo Anthony as a key element of a championship team. He's exciting to watch and he scores a lot of points, but I just don't see him as unselfish enough to be part of a winner. So, if he opts out after this season, should the Knicks try to re-sign him? In my opinion it comes down to goals - is it more important to be a championship-caliber basketball team or a highly-profitable franchise? If it's the former, I think you let him go and start rebuilding around Hardaway, Jr. and other young players.