- Ian O'Connor, Senior Writer, ESPN.com
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It's unclear how Boozer would fit with a team that just gave a five-year, $100 million deal to another power forward, Amare Stoudemire, but the source said a meeting between the Knicks and Boozer is "possible."
If James and Wade choose to stay with their current teams or leave for teams not based at Madison Square Garden, the Knicks will be left to scramble for an alternative plan to complement Stoudemire.
The New York Knicks have had exploratory talks with free-agent power forward Carlos Boozer, according to a source.