He can score in bunches, drop treys, and run all day. While it's true that Barnes is a mistake-player (especially on defense), he'd still find a perfect niche coming off the bench for Mike D'Antoni's newly reconstituted Knicks.
Should Barnes vacate the premises, the Warriors could certainly use Davis's shoot-first-and-ask-no-questions approach.
Arroyo requires too much ball-time to be a real player on a real team. Any offer should not be refused.
Somewhat wild and erratic, Dooling remains a shot-happy combo-guard. Just the kind of guy Nellie loves to have at the end of his bench.
And then there's Ron Artest, who said that not opting out of Sacramento was a big "mistake," according to ESPN.com
This statement either means that Artest's brain-power is of the lowest wattage possible, or he's a genius since he's guaranteed himself a nice fall-back paycheck while at the same time forcing the Kings to trade him. Don't be surprised if he lands with the Lakers.
It should also be noted that the first option is the most probable given Artest's last-minute plea to be included on the USA Olympic basketball squad. After bragging on his skills, Artest added "my character speaks for itself," according to ESPN.com.